NEW Twin Cities Fall Learning Event
Kevin Coupe, www.MorningNewsBeat.com
Kevin Coupe, Founder and "Content Guy" at MorningNewsBeat.com Keynote Presentation: From Thelma & Louise to Zero Dark Thirty - Jumpstart innovation and growth in business with lessons from your favorite movies
Women, Men, Business, and Leadership Lessons from the Movies. Kevin Coupe, founder and "Content Guy" @ MorningNewsBeat.com, specializes in creating unique portraits of "Main Street" business ventures worldwide. In his keynote presentation, Kevin will delight attendees with leadership lessons from the movies. Kevin's high performance persona and presentation will inspire you to fuel innovative thinking to drive growth across your organization. Focusing on the unique dynamics that exist between retailers, manufacturers, and consumers, let Kevin inspire you with fun and practical tips to use in your organization and career. You bring the enthusiasm, and we'll supply the popcorn!
If you would like to buy Kenin Coupe's book please click the link below.
The Big Picture: Essential Business Lessons from the Movies
11:00 - 11:30 am Registration
11:30 - 11:45 am Welcome/Event Kick Off
11:45 - 12:15 pm Lunch/ Networking Exercise
12:15 - 1:25 pm Speaker/Panel
1:25 - 1:30 pm Event Conclusion
$60 per member until 10/5
$65 per non-member until 10/5
$75 per person after 10/5
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Note: Walk-ins are accepted at this event.
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Who should attend
Members and non-members; emerging leaders, executives, men and women professionals who would like to connect with other professionals in the region
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