• City Centre (map)
  • 801 Town and Country Boulevard
  • Houston, TX, 77024
  • United States

10/10 Movie Follow Up & Concept Walk  

How can we follow up a 10/10 event on strategic selling? Easy, by holding an free engagement session on 10 disruptive business concepts from the king of disruption, Steve Jobs. Join us on October 10th at Studio Movie Grill in City Centre for Leap's first Concept Walk, and group film screening of the new "Steve Jobs" movie!

Steve Jobs Trailer 2 (2015) Michael Fassbender, Seth Rogen Biography Movie HD [Official Trailer]

Event & Movie Agenda

Event Time: Saturday Oct 10th 1:30pm to 6:00pm
Location: 801 Town and Country Blvd, Houston, TX 77024

This is an invitation only event, no guests please. Each invitee will be responsible for paying their own admission for the movie screening. There are $3.50 discounted tickets available below for invited attendees. Previous attendees who purchased the Executive package at the last 10/10 event in Sept will have free admission to the movie screening. Call Jennifer for details (713-409-2380). Participation in the Concept Walk before the movie screening is 100% free.

Group Gathering 1:30pm. Invitees will gather in city centre square in front of Ruggles Green Restaurant (801 Town and Country Blvd, Houston, TX 77024).

Concept Walk 1:45pm. Invitees will discuss 10/10 concepts on Steve Jobs while exploring memorial city's City Centre. Not Sure what Concept Walk is? Scroll down to learn more.

Movie Time (Start Time TBA). Invitees will walk to Studio Movie Grill to claim tickets and view "Steve Jobs".  Estimated time for movie is 2:30pm to 5:00. (address 822 Town and Country Blvd, Houston, TX 77024)

Engagement discussion (After Movie TBA). Invitees will engage in discussion about the 10 disruptive concepts of Steve Jobs that were displayed in the movie.

The Wrap Up 6:00pm. 


Sorry, discount Tickets Are Gone!

What is a Concept Walk?

What is a Concept Walk? At Leap we pride ours in discovering new ways to do things. In 2014 a study was published by Stanford University which stated that, "A person's creative output increased by an average of 60 percent when walking". Enlighten by this discovery the Leap team decided instead of regular sit down meetings, we'll do walks. Short walks in or around market places while discussing business problems, ideas and new concepts.