#VegasTech community members have an opportunity to meet for a free mentor session with Las Vegas and Los Angeles-based media, entertainment, and technology executive Tom Wszalek. The team at The Innevation Center will host two sessions for community members – one on February 22, 2017, and the second on February 24, 2017.
Wszalek has over three decades of diverse corporate and entrepreneurial operational and consulting experience. He was most recently the Chief Operating Officer of Outlook Amusements, a marketing and technology company focused on advice-based products and services. During his tenure there, Outlook delivered consistent double-digit profitable growth while becoming the category leader.
He is a founding partner of SW14 Group LLC, a marketing and management/coaching consultancy. He was also President and COO of Radical Communication Inc., a pioneer in plug-in free audio/video content delivery for use in Internet marketing and communications. Prior to that, Tom spent more than 12 years in several key U.S. and international executive positions within the Walt Disney Company. During that tenure, he launched and led Disney’s first International Disney Channel. Before joining Disney, Tom began his career at Mattel Toys, holding positions in sales, operations/manufacturing, and marketing.
At the mentor sessions, Wszalek is available to talk to entrepreneurs, founders, and community members free of charge about the following topics:

  • Business Development/Strategy
  • Marketing/Branding Strategy
  • Customer Acquisition
  • Organizational Structure/Design

“I assist local entrepreneurs in solving the business problems and overcoming the obstacles faced across all phases of their ventures. I also help them develop strategies for profitable growth,” said Wszalek.
The first mentor session is scheduled on February 22, 2017, from 8:00am – 12:00pm. The second is happening February 24, 2017, from 1:00pm – 4:00pm directly following The Innevation Center’s monthly CommunityCation luncheon. To get more details, visit The Innevation Center’s blog here.