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What do the Millenials want?
Millennial 20/20Sydney, the global summit which explores how the millennial mindset is shaping the next generation of business, has announced their impressive event program for the 14-15 November 2017 at Carriageworks,. Following successful events in London, New York and Singapore, Millennial 20/20 Sydney will uncover the spending habits and ethics that drive the economic power of the millennial generation and how the modern mindset is impacting every generation of consumer.
The Millennial 20/20 summits focus on a unique time in industry where large and small businesses are dealing with a more complex and ever-evolving consumer that requires them to think of innovation, disruption and technology as key components of their future. The way the consumer wants to shop, interact with brands, consume content and make payments is evolving and Millennial 20/20 aims to address this through a curated experience of multiple conference stages, immersive and experiential showcases, and organised networking experiences.
The summits in London, New York and Singapore looked into the future of NexGen commerce from the perspective of a digitally savvy consumer with a micro-focus on key pillars that included Retail, Marketing, Mobile, Payments, Video, Social, E-Commerce, CRM, Advertising, and Big Data. The multiple conference stages are run with industry specific tracks including Travel & Hospitality, Food & Beverage, Fitness & Sport and Fashion & Beauty.
Over one hundred and twenty speakers will come together for two days of in-depth talks and demos about how the millennial mindset is transforming business across finance, innovation, marketing and advertising, retail, travel, hospitality and lifestyle, food and beverage, e-commerce, and fashion and beauty.
Rupa Ganatra, Founding Partner of Millennial 20/20 says the event was started with a firm belief that being a millennial is a mindset rather than a demographic. Sizeable yet focused, Millennial 20/20 brings all industries together with leading international and regional brands, retailers, and personalities alongside the world's most exciting and disruptive start-ups.
The event has attracted heavy-weight Australian and international brands from well-established corporations to modern start-ups, with speakers from CommBank, Facebook, Telstra, Airbnb, and eBay already confirmed. To get the vibe, check out the wrap-up video of Millenial 20/20 London and then book your place today.