Apex 2017 was an exclusive gathering of the HighTower community taking place May 23-24 at the Intercontinental San Francisco. It was a one-of-a-kind summit which explored the intersection of health and wealth, as well as the idea that financial success is not an end-goal, but a catalyst to achieving an extraordinary quality of life.
The program featured insightful speakers and accomplished experts from the worlds of business, finance and more, including: former NASA astronaut Captain Scott Kelly, two-time Olympic Marathoner Alan Culpepper, Google Foundation President Jacquelline Fuller, and many others.
Listen to Elliot Weissbluth, the CEO of Hightower, as he discusses the theme of the conference. We also discussed with him how far HighTower has come in such a short time and what makes it a special place.
Stay tuned to IRIS over the next month, as we have many more interviews to share from Apex 2017.
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