I will be speaking live in Montreal this coming Wednesday… and it’s free.
I am often asked when I will be speaking live in Montreal. Candidly, it does not happen often. And, when it does, it’s usually a private corporate event that is not open to the public. So, if you’re interested in seeing my latest keynote presentation (and what I’ve been thinking about when it comes to disruption, marketing innovation and the future of business), you are more than welcome to join me on Wednesday, April 12th, 2017 at the Montreal Museum of Fine Arts (1379 Sherbrooke Ouest, Montreal, Quebec). There is one catch: You must register.
Why is my presentation and this live event open to the public and free?
It turns out that KPI Digital (an IBM partner company), the APCM (Association des Professionnels de la Communication et du Marketing), AMR (Association du Marketing Relationnel) and the Canadian Marketing Association have all come together to host, sponsor and bring this event to Montreal.
Space is limited.
It’s not a huge venue, so if you are interested, please do register. The event will take place from 5:30 – 7:30 pm this coming Wednesday. I will be speaking for about an hour. Here’s what I will be talking about:
“We live in a culture of change. Most brands are overwhelmed by the massive shifts they have to make to their business models. Disruption is everywhere. Digital transformation is imperative. We live in the Uber-ization of everything. There are several new (and dramatic) realities that will force businesses to rethink many of their commonly held beliefs about what works in business today, and what the future may look like. Interestingly, this is less about the evolution of technology and much more about how consumers have become that much more efficient in this very different landscape. Bring an open mind, because the world continues to change and challenge brands like never before. The new leadership is being a digital leader. This is your compass.”
I hope to see you there!
(Please note: the registration website is in French, but my presentation will be 100% in English).