The equipment finance innovator community is coming together virtually again for deep dives into technology and innovation topics shaping the future of business.
April 14, 2021 Deborah Reuben, CEO & Founder of TomorrowZone® announced the spring lineup for public UnConference live sessions scheduled to begin May 4th and continue through June 17th.
These virtual workshops are designed to bring together forward-thinking professionals who desire to learn, connect, and collaborate with innovative thought leaders. It’s part think-tank, part working group, part meet-up, and part hang out — an online place to escape from the status quo.
“Since our launch, we have conducted eight unique live sessions. We have hosted over ninety people from 68 different companies across six countries in our unconference experiences. Each time we do an event, we hear exciting reports of how people are applying their takeaways,” said Reuben. “It’s not about having the most eyes on our content, it’s about engaging bright minds in thought-provoking conversation. We are building a community of lifelong learners who value collaboration networks and an environment to stretch thinking about what’s possible now, and what’s next.”
To learn more and register for unconference events, visit https://tomorrowzone.io/unconference.
UnConference Live Session Line Up for May & June:
- May 4, 2021 The Anthym Experience – How Might Tech + Music Accelerate Trust Within Remote Teams? With Brian Mohr, Co-founder of Anthym
- May 25, 2021 Product Management Fundamentals for Innovation with Product Expert, Jen Swanson
- June 10, 2021 Real Virtual Reality Use Cases in Equipment Finance with Camille Donegan, Creative Director at SolasVR and Simon Jeppesen, New Business Development Manager at DLL
- June 17, 2021 Going from Disruption Nightmare to Dividends with Grant Wood, Founder at Knotion Labs
We are proud to once again support our charity partner, Technovation[MN], an organization that inspires and empowers teen girls to build technology to impact their communities. A portion of registration fees from our unconference events are donated to support this important program to encourage and grow the innovators of the future.