The 14th Annual What’s Next Boomer Business Summit
Where Industry Leaders and Boomer Marketing Experts Converge
Subject Matter Dedicated to Better Understanding the Longevity Marketplace
Reserve your spot today, and you will leave with a network of extraordinary innovators in the mature consumer space. Industry experts and influencers will share:
Trends that underpin success in the longevity economy
Business ecosystem knowledge – understanding its structure and navigating it smoothly
Lead generation and sales approaches – what are best practices of industry leaders?
Technology innovations – what devices, software, tech-enabled services matter?
The 2017 summit’s theme is “The New Economy: Seizing The Longevity Opportunity” and includes sessions on:
- Marketing and Sales
- Issues in Longevity
- Speed Dealing
- Pitch for Distribution
Ask the Analysts
Top tier analysts in the boomer, senior, caregiving, and longevity marketplace will share up to the minute market information.
Lunch with the Experts
Analysts, authors, bloggers, and boomer market experts host lunch tables for discussions that drill down into the issues you care about most. Make sure that you connect with the companies that interest you the most and secure your time to network. Don’t forget to choose which expert you would like to sit with when you register – spots will fill up quickly!
What Industry Experts Are Saying
“The Longevity Economy, ‘the sum of all economic activity serving the needs of Americans over 50,’ is responsible for at least $7.1 trillion in economic activity every year.”Jody Holtzman, Senior Vice President, AARP
“Mary Furlong has had a profound impact on Link•age. Mary‘s ”What’s Next“ and ”Boomer Venture“ meetings have been invaluable in helping shape our company‘s strategy and focus. We truly look forward to expanding our relationship with Mary and her organization. I would highly recommend that anyone interested in working with Boomers seek to develop a relationship with MFA!”Scott Collins, President and CEO, Link-age
“If you are involved in marketing products or services to baby boomers, you should absolutely be working with Mary Furlong. Mary has an amazing network, and is the best person I‘ve ever met at connecting people who can help each other. I’ve attended her Boomer Business Summit for the past three years, and have left every conference with at least one new partner and at least one new customer.”Andy Cohen, Founder and CEO, Caring.com