Public Speaking

Communication Meets Technology

Fifty years ago the Mad Men era of advertising was king. TVs were becoming commonplace in homes and print was an effective way to share a message. Fast forward to the 90’s when the internet began to weave its way into our lives in ways that we never could have imagined…or could we? When we look at the nature of communication today, we are dealing with a hands-free, wireless world where we share everything from the mundane to the extraordinary and, as a result, we receive messages designed for what’s important to us in that moment. So where are we headed? This session will take a look a marketing and communication and will give attendees a glimpse into the future. Where will we be in 10, 20,or even 50 years? How can you get creative and share your message – whatever it is – in the most effective and modern way?

The goal of this session is to spark excitement and ideas as to how marketing and events will change and how we can get implement new techniques TODAY.

Learning Objectives:

  • Get people thinking about communication and stimulate the creative juices for better marketing!

60 minute session. Appropriate for keynote.

 

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