If TED Talks and Vanity Fair were to have a love child.

Jeremy Waite, IBM

Probably the best conversation I’ve had this year.

James Whatley, Lego

One Question was one of the highlights of my year. In a world of fast-paced sound bites flying around the social ether, it presented itself as an oasis of calm and reflection. By focusing on one question answered from various angles it moved the audience from their usual distractions to a far more stately pace, where depth replaced breadth. In short, I loved it.

Fred Bolza, New Soil

One Question is the conversation that has stuck in my mind over the last year. The focus of the day leads to a depth of interrogation and contrast of answers that leave you to feel intellectually satisfied – which is very rarely the case with other events.

Bruce Daisley, Workplace Culture

One Question, it’s speakers and attendees were inspirational, emotional, and enlightening. It was truly an amazing experience.

Matthew Luhn, Formerly Pixar

One Question is both return on investment and indulgence.

Cara Delaney, Bloomberg

One Question is a fantastic forum for delving deeply into issues and topics vital for today's leaders and for connecting with intelligent people who offer provocative perspectives on those issues.

Marshall Manson