8:00 am – 9:30 am
Senator Leahy Business Breakfast
Winning Tomorrow: What We Need to Know to Leverage Vermont’s Future
Diamond Ballroom, $40
SPONSORED BY VELCO
Is your organization ready for tomorrow? Do your leaders understand the people shaping it today? Join futurist Matt Thornhill from the Institute for Tomorrow to learn what leaders in Vermont need to know and do to win tomorrow. Have you adapted to today’s modern work culture? Do you understand the impact of tomorrow’s demographic realities? Are you prepared for what’s coming next in how we’ll live, work, learn, play, relate, go, and lead? Attend the annual U.S. Senator Patrick Leahy Business Breakfast to see how winning tomorrow starts today.
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ABOUT MATT THORNHILL:
Managing Partner, Institute for Tomorrow
Matt Thornhill is the founder and managing partner of SIR’s Institute for Tomorrow, a research-based think tank headquartered in Richmond, Virginia. Matt is a futurist, generational expert, author, and provocateur. His firm identifies the trends impacting organizations, studies the people making those trends happen, and helps leaders determine how best to prepare for tomorrow. Tapping into over 50 years of SIR’s research and insights expertise, the Institute for Tomorrow has helped hundreds of organizations connect the dots and navigate the changes ahead.
Matt doesn’t predict the future, but helps you more effectively plan for tomorrow.
At hundreds of conferences all over the world, Matt’s firm has delivered eye-opening keynote presentations to organizations like Walmart, Google, Circle K, AARP, Lowes Home Improvement, Wells Fargo, and even the rocket scientists at NASA.
Frequently sought out by the media for his opinions and insights, he’s appeared on NBC, CBS, CNBC, and in articles in BusinessWeek, TIME, The Washington Post, The New York Times and countless others. Along with his business partner John Martin, he’s the co-author of the acclaimed book, Boomer Consumer. Their next book, Winning Tomorrow: What Leaders Must Do to Leverage the Future, is set to be published later in 2018.