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Dates Announced: AGENDA17

Dates Announced: AGENDA17





You’re invited to attend AGENDA17. The business leadership conference focused on driving your business forward in changing times.

AGENDA17
is unlike any other conference. It’s immersive, interactive and focused on giving you and your colleagues the practical tools to lead change in your organization.

AGENDA17 Conference
March 20-22, 2017
Sawgrass Marriott Golf Resort & Spa
Ponte Vedra Beach, Florida

Register now and take advantage of our early bird rate. Pay only $495. Offer ends soon and will go up to $1,495.



Hear what last year's attendees had to say.
  • "One of the best conferences that I ever attended, full of new topics for today and tomorrow.”
  • "Hearing of all those ideas has helped me to think big picture, then zoom in on a couple to work on for the year.”
  • "No other conference I’ve ever been to has had so many senior technology decision makers in one place.”
In two power-packed days you'll learn:
  • How artificial intelligence will change your business
  • How to create new business models with the Internet of Things
  • What blockchain means for the rest of us
  • Why virtual reality isn’t just for games anymore
  • How to use design thinking to unlock customer-focused innovation
  • And all about leadership in the digital economy

But that just scratches the surface. AGENDA17 is packed with interactive experiences to inspire and inform your cross-functional transformation strategy, and wraps up with a Gala Awards Evening which celebrates the leaders and award honorees of the Advancing Women in Leadership award, Digital Edge 25 and the Premier 100 Technology Leaders.

Register now to take advantage of our early bird offer. Pay only $495 (a savings of $1,000).



Keep your finger on the pulse at agendaconference.com.




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