influence group produces invite-only B2B leadership forums. The opposite of a tradeshow, influence events are intimate, personable and centered around building meaningful relationships.
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Rochester Institute of Technology (RIT)
"Honestly, I believe this was the most beneficial conference I have ever attended. All of the sessions and activities were great for sharing of information, discussion or networking. I came away with pages of notes and a great deal of excitement!"
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"My experience was amazing. I have done almost ten conferences this year and I have probably learned more, and been able to connect with more people at this one conference than I have done at all ten combined!"
Cushman & Wakefield
"Outstanding experience - Great venue and an excellent blend of networking, knowledge sharing, and discussion of meaningful business opportunities. The best event of this type we have seen!"
"There is No Comparison. This is the type of show where you really spend quality time and decision makers are there. You're focused on getting deals done and you are not wasting their time and they are not wasting your time. It's really more strategic and that is important."
"I attend a lot of events every year based on my role in national accounts and marketing and this is by far, from a value perspective and productivity, very good because you engage with the right senior leadership where I focus my time."
"You all put on a wonderful event! The venue was perfect and the quality of attendees was Off The Charts!"
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November 17, 2016RetailSpaces Explores Realities Facing Top Brands
Critical topics like remaining relevant in the digital age and the essentials of brand reinvention were on the table as more than 200 industry leaders gathered at the Nobu Eden Roc Resort in Miami Beach for RetailSpaces ’16.
July 21, 2016Airbnb’s Chip Conley gives Candid Talk at Senior Living Innovation Forum
In post-war America, the elderly looked forward to retirement in their early 60’s, collecting Social Security after decades of hard work and leading a life of leisure. Now let’s fast forward to 2016, where aging Baby Boomers are still in the workforce with no chance of slowing...Read More
July 3, 2016Comparing Higher Education Construction Costs
Every decade or so an article is written comparing higher education construction costs to other portfolio type costs. There are many reasons why healthcare occupancies tend to be more expensive to construct than higher education occupancies, which in turn are more expensive...Read More