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Atlas Society CEO to speak at 2013 New Hampshire Liberty Forum

Atlas Society CEO to speak at 2013 New Hampshire Liberty Forum

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November 25, 2012

Aaron Day, the CEO of The Atlas Society, will be speaking at the 2013 New Hampshire Liberty Forum . The libertarian forum will be held February 21-24, 2013 at the Crowne Plaza, in Nashua, New Hampshire.

Now in its 6th year, Liberty Forum is New Hampshire's premier liberty-oriented conference. It has developed a reputation for drawing together people of diverse backgrounds from across the Northeast and beyond for the purpose of discussing strategies to reduce government interference in our lives and build a better society through business, the arts, volunteer work, etc.

It is also an opportunity to introduce attendees to New Hampshire and give them a taste of the many benefits of socializing, networking, and organizing with a large group of like-minded people.

Other speakers include:

--Author Tom Woods, senior fellow of the Ludwig von Mises Institute

--Science fiction novelist Cory Doctorow

--Declan McCullagh, chief political correspondent for CNET.com

--Ben Stone of www.badquaker.com

--Jack Spirko, best known for his work as the host of “The Survival Podcast”

--Libertarian activist Ken V. Krawchuk

The 2012 New Hampshire Liberty Forum

About Aaron Day:
Aaron Day has eleven years of CEO and startup experience and personal domain expertise. Day is chairman and CEO of Tangerine Wellness and was Entrepreneur-in-Residence at Industry Ventures, a technology-focused venture capital firm. He  served from 1995 to 2001 as Chairman/Chief Executive Officer of Iconomy, an e-commerce ASP (acquired), where he was responsible for Iconomy's strategy and operations.  Prior to Iconomy, Mr. Day helped implement a state of the art software system for the largest privately held managing general underwriter, Stop Loss International (acquired by UnitedHealth Group). Day is currently a member of the advisory committee for the X-Prize Foundation. The Boston Business Journal selected Day in 2004 as one of their 40 Under 40 leading business leaders and innovators. Day studied mathematics at Duke University and biology at Harvard UES.

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