Detroit's 140 Character Conference Aims To Be Unique And Fast-Paced
From musicians and marketing execs to realtors, PR specialists and everyone in between, Detroit's 140 Character Conference is the place to be on October 20, 2010.
Previous conferences, held in New York City, Los Angeles, London and Tel Aviv, included topics as varied a “The Media,” Advertising, Celebrity, Politics, Fashion, Real Estate, Music, Education, Public Safety and Public Diplomacy.
The conference aims to be unique and fast-paced, striving to provide a platform for as many people as possible to share their thoughts and engage in conversation with the attending delegates. Attendees will find individual talks set to: 10 minutes; “Featured talks” are set to 15, and various panel discussions are set for 10 to 20 minutes.
Daniel H. Walker, founder of River's End Consulting, is one of the speakers slated to appear at the event. “The struggles and trials I have endured by building a business in the middle of a major recession has given me the insight into what it takes to be truly successful,” he told The Way of theMurr.
Other speakers include Stephen Clark, a WXYZ TV/ABC Detroit Interactive Anchor, Tony Legeza, CEO and President of Operations at Beyond Gaming, LLC, and - Communications/PR professional Becky Johns.
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