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Farmhouse is the innovation and new venture center of Leo Burnett. Our mission is to create new products, services and experiences that move people and markets. Some of our projects are commissioned by clients. Some are collaborations. Some originate here.

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The official
Farmhouse
Podcast

NOW AVAILABLE

Enjoy an ongoing series of discussions with innovative thinkers and entrepreneurs from all walks
of life, with a focus on what motivates them to eschew convention and take a leap into the unknown.


In our latest podcast, Executive Director Paul Earle sits down with Sonny Garg, Head of Innovation for Exelon, and Dean DeBiase
of Reboot Partners to discuss the power of startup thinking across a range of industries. Is it just design thinking or Six Sigma
in new clothing? Or is there something new happening. Listen to get their take on what Blockbuster missed,
the power of "Intentionality" and why answering "why" is almost more important than answering "how".

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