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Don’t Miss the Rising Affluent Conference: May 12th

| May 8, 2012 | 0 Comments

Rising Affluent’s annual conference maintains an ethos of educating, engaging and enabling young professionals for success through innovative thinking, which we believe, is the key to progressing in today’s economic and social landscape. Each year at the Rising Affluent conference we gather forward thinking and progressive young professionals to discuss creative methods and tactics to achieving success. Speakers present their techniques, best practices and give insight from real life stories, good, bad and everything in between.

Who Should Attend?

The Rising Affluent conference is curated for and targeted to anyone that considers themselves ambitious with audacious goals in all industries with special emphasis on the fields of technology, media, marketing, design, non-profit, education, entertainment, and venture capital.

The formatted agenda of the conference includes a series of panel discussions, blended with one-on-one conversations, sprinkled with TED like presentations to offer a variety of ways to present insights and engage with attendees in a dynamic environment.

Speakers include:

  • Lindsey Pollak - Bestselling Author, Global Spokesperson for LinkedIn and Gen Y Expert
  • Derek Fleming – Partner & Director of Business Development at Marcus Samuelsson Group & Red Rooster Restaurant in Harlem, NY
  • and many more

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About the Author: Jared O'Toole

Co-founder and editor of Under30Media. You can send an email to Jared(at)Under30CEO.com. Follow him on Google+ or @JaredOToole

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