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—Christian Korbes, Senior Director, LEGO Central Europe
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—Dave Williams, VP Consumer Centricity, Best Buy
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—Michael J. Houston, Interim Dean, Carlson School of Management, University of Minnesota
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—Jack Trout, marketing expert, author of Positioning
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—Robyn Waters, founder, author of Trendmaster's Guide, and former VP Trend, Design, and Product Development, Target