Connect University Featuring Mark Montini
Fineline Printing Group
8081 Zionsville Road
Thursday, August 24, 2017, 2-4PM
With the emergence of the on-demand customer, millennials in the workforce and an immeasurable number of technology offerings – vision is your biggest differentiator. So how are marketers, multi-location & franchise organizations creating demand in this New Age of the Customer?
Hear from results-driven startup leader, and marketing guru, Mark Montini whose work has been featured in the New York Times, Washington Post, USA Today, Fortune, Entrepreneur, Fox News, and CIO.com. Learn key concepts and insights around:
– The emergence of the on-demand consumer and how companies like Amazon are using drone testing to meet these consumer needs.
– The end of “brand” as we know it? Getting back to the drawing board to understand if operations has a bigger impact on marketing than you think.
– The collision of digital and physical marketing, and how businesses are bringing the customer journey full-circle.
– The difference between intelligence and knowledge, and how to use it to your advantage.
– The arrival of millennial franchisees, and how franchise organizations are selling based on vision.
– The opportunity for operational automation to drive more sales from top down.
About the Speaker – Mark Montini
Known for his forward-thinking, disruptive leadership, Mark Montini is called upon by Fortune 500 companies, franchises, start-ups, non-profits and even political campaigns to provide strategic insights in the areas of innovation, leadership, marketing, and technology. He’s presented his concepts to audiences from 33 countries and all 50 states and his work has been featured by the New York Times, Washington Post, USA Today, Fortune, Entrepreneur, Fox News, and CIO.com.
Mark is currently CEO of Naranga, the second-largest provider of franchise operations software and has founded and sold several marketing and technology companies throughout his career.
An avid runner, Mark grew up in Colorado but currently lives with his wife and three children just outside Atlanta, Georgia.