Real World Stories from the Creative Economy: Daniel Reardon

This blog entry is the first in a series of multimedia interviews titled “Real World Stories from the Creative Economy.”

My first guest is a good friend and neighbor from Portland (Maine) — Daniel Reardon.

Dan was the former CEO of Bass Shoes (a $400 million division of the Phillip Van Heusen corporation) and is currently a senior business consultant to L.L. Bean. He also developed and managed the retail operation of the Boston Museum of Fine Arts for three years. Dan is an avid art collector and a longtime supporter of organizations that serve at-risk youth.

Related Audio

Introducing Dan Reardon (1:38)

The Community College System and Auto Dealerships (3:36)

What’s Next?(5:00)

Connection to Community and Closing Words (0:50)

Images from the Interview

One thought on “Real World Stories from the Creative Economy: Daniel Reardon”

  1. Excellent insight. Thanks for producing stuff like this! It is essential for our creative economy!

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