The Summit is an opportunity to network with and engage business leaders from across East Tennessee.
Imagine many of the things you enjoy at in-person conferences: engaging speakers, practical seminars, expanding your business network with professionals outside of your area, vendor booths (and swag!). Now imagine all those things in a virtual platform. The Summit is our response to a changing world. Most in-person large conferences are projected to be postponed until late 2021. The lack of large scale networking and educational opportunities has added to the weight many businesses are feeling during this time. Join hundreds of other professionals from the East Tennessee Region for our area’s first virtual summit.
August 13, 2020 in your home, office, or car!
Is This Another Webinar?
No way! We don’t want to bore you with another Zoom meeting. The Summit offers real-life human interaction in a way that feels natural. You can move between tables, vendor booths, and workshops just like you would at an in-person event. At each table or booth you visit, you can see and talk to the other people in that spot. We will also be hearing from thought leaders in marketing, leadership, business development, and more.Get Tickets Now
Mark Schaefer - Fight to the Other Side
Due to the COVID-19 crisis, most businesses are fighting for survival. There are no easy answers, but there are some proven strategies to consider in this period of unprecedented turmoil. Acclaimed marketing speaker and author Mark Schaefer (a survivor of the coronavirus) will take your sales and marketing team through a motivating and actionable process that will lift spirits, dispense hope, and provide new direction in desperate times.
Jessica Stollings-Holder Generational Fluency
With the fast pace of change in American society, each generation has grown up in a different world,
resulting in social and cultural differences that shape mindsets and expectations.
Without the right understanding these perspectives can collide and cause conflict, even when everyone means well, and wreak havoc on workplace morale and bottom-line results.