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Marshall Mosher

Founder and CEOVestigo

Atlanta Area

Member Since June 2021


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⚡️ Building the future of Digital Adventure in VR 🚀 Jet Suit Pilot at Gravity 🔥 Action Sports World Record Holder 💡 Founder and CEO at Vestigo 🎙 Host of the "Inside the Adventure" podcast. I use action sports + technology to show teams that limits, like fears, are often just an illusion and help people discover that "impossible" is simply relative to the mindset you choose to live by. I do this through my company, Vestigo, with our virtual reality performance-enhancing experiences that train leaders to embrace innovation and navigate change through a mindset of courage. By providing teams with accessible opportunities to embrace new challenges and conquer our innate fear of failure, we can help companies adopt a culture of innovation and the mindset needed to win the future. As an avid action/adventure sports enthusiast in just about everything I can get my hands on (whitewater kayaking, paragliding, mountain biking, kiteboarding, snowboarding, scuba diving, and aviation) I use my passion for the outdoors and the world around us to help others discover their potential, challenge their perceived limits, and adopt an empowering mindset of focus in the presence of fear.

Published content

How Companies Can Help Leaders Stay Fresh, Engaged, And Effective During A Difficult Season


For companies, a leadership exodus can be crippling. Therefore, companies should work to understand the particular predicament facing leaders before it’s too late. 

Companies Have a Disconnection Problem: Use Shared Experiences to Bring People Together Again


Shared experiences can help restore, rebuild or create connections that last, propelling business objectives in the process.

Solving The Conference Conundrum: Best Practices For Hosting A Conference In VR


The metaverse provides the perfect opportunity to reimagine the conference experience for 2022 and beyond.

Can Entrepreneurs Be Digital Nomads?


Sure, as the internet mantra promises, people can "work hard anywhere," but can people build companies and lead teams from anywhere?

expert panel

Ensuring employees are engaged is key in business, as it leads to higher company morale and improved quality of work. Further, a lack of engagement can be a telltale sign that something is wrong.  For companies finding that their employees aren’t engaged—whether it’s during meetings, feedback sessions or fun social outings—there are ways leaders can drive motivation. Below, 10 members of Young Entrepreneur Council discuss some simple things companies can do to get employees more engaged and involved.

Following The Road Less Traveled: How VR Can Help Leaders Teach Adaptability


As a quickly developing but relatively nascent technology, VR can feel like an intimidating or unusual next step.

Company details


Company bio

Vestigo builds virtual reality adventure experiences to help remote teams build powerful team connection and trust through shared virtual adventure challenges. Think of it as the digitized ropes course, giving teams the opportunity to bond over the shared challenge of pushing through discomfort and embracing vulnerability as they take on the world’s most elusive and extreme adventure challenges, like crossing a crevasse at the base of Everest, all guided by the digital avatars of the world's top adventure athletes and speakers.



Area of focus

Virtual reality
Virtual adventure challenges
Case studies

Company size

2 - 10

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