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What’s Next Boomer Business Summit – April 29 in San Francisco

This annual event has been going eight years strong. It fosters a cutting-edge community explores and shares products and services that will serve the needs and wants of the 50+ market.

It is where the country’s leading Baby Boomer strategists, business leaders, executive marketers and research experts gather to introduce new research, products and services that truly represent what is next on the horizon for businesses selling to Baby Boomer and senior customers today. The gathered expert speakers and panelists will answer how to reach and successfully market to today’s Baby Boomer and senior consumer.

If you are a brand manager, corporate strategist, entrepreneur or a non-profit executive responsible for growing boomer business, this Summit is for you.

The event theme for 2011 is Dynamics, Deals, Differentiation and Disruption

  • GAIN insight into the latest 50+ research, go-to-market strategies, and success stories
  • LEARN methods to creating line Baby Boomer communities
  • CONNECT with thought leaders, brand managers and entrepreneurs who are shaping the 50+ market
  • DISCOVER new distribution channels
  • INTERACT with leading analysts, bloggers, authors, and age beat reporters during Lunch with the Experts
  • NETWORK with decision makers who get deals done
  • FIND out how the changing economy will influence decisions about real estate, lifestyle and the financial future of the 50+ population

Date: Friday April 29, 2011 – 8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.

Location: Parc 55 Wyndham Hotel, 55 Cyril Magnin Street, San Francisco, CA 94102

Register by February 24 to receive the early bird rate!

Check out speakers, agenda and more information: www.boomersummit.com

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Produced by Mary Furlong & Associates, the What’s Next Boomer Business Summit is an official post-conference of the American Society on Aging (ASA) Aging in America Conference on April 26-30, 2011 in San Francisco.