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John was CTO of Wayfair, is a senior advisor at the Boston Consulting Group, and ran the global carbon business for Indigo Ag. Follow me on Twitter: @johnmulliken
Climate optimist, entrepreneur, and advisor. Founding GM Indigo Carbon. Former Wayfair GM. Ex-strategy consultant. Avid skier & kite surfer. Ecstatic new dad. On Twitter @1EdSmith1