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Erik Saltvold and Rich Tauer

August 17th, 4:00 pm Central US / 5:00 pm Eastern (Live, Broadcast and In-Person)

This is the first Think & Link where you’ll be encouraged, perhaps even rewarded, for riding a bike to the event.

We are going deep into the world of bike culture with Rich Tauer, President of QBP (Quality Bike Products) paired with Erik Saltvold, Founder, Erik’s Bikes. Both will be live, in person at the Grain Belt Brewery for this discussion -- which is a rare bonus.

We will also likely discuss a number of other topics related to bikes, like org culture, marketing, entrepreneurship, leadership and saddle soreness after your first century ride. Yes, it will be an amusing, entertaining and informative event here again at the headquarters of RSP Architects and Capsule.

Let’s get some butts in seats, yes, at Think & Link and on bikes too.

  • Date

    August 17, 2023

    3:00 PM CDT

  • Location

    In-Person or Virtual

  • Price

    Free

  • Sponsors

    Lake One

    Rem5 Studios

    RSP Architects

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Our format is a 60 minute Q&A discussion hosted by Aaron Keller of Capsule with questions from our audience sprinkled into the conversation.

About The Hosts

Capsule, a special projects agency in Minneapolis working with brands like Cooks of Crocus Hill, Patagonia, Hydro Flask, Arc’teryx, Curaleaf and Pacha Soap on complex marketing, design and brand challenges.

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