Millennial Week Aims To Inspire And Set Trends Across Industries

Millennial Week

Following up on the success of last year's inaugural “Millennial Week” in Washington DC, Millennial Week's founding team is launching the first “Millennial Weekend” Summit in New York City on May 14.

Brought to you by the team who produces Millennial Week DC, Millennial Weekends are shorter summits curated to highlight the opportunities and issues facing Millennials in key cities around the country.

Each event looks to cultivate, promote and present the most meaningful ideas and trends that reflect the impact of the Millennial generation on culture, enterprise and society.

With programming ranging from one-on-one conversations to intimate panels and networking opportunities with established, successful Millennial peers, the inaugural Millennial Weekend Summit will unite, celebrate and inspire members of the Millennial generation with events focused on innovation and entrepreneurship.

Inspiring Millennial founders will meet with aspiring entrepreneurs to discuss topics including running a lean startup, building an online brand, old media vs. new media, diversity in the tech industry and more.

Natalie Moss, Founder of Millennial Week, describes the event as,

Now ages 21 to 34, Millennials are the largest living generation in our country. Their influence is changing the way we work, socialize and live — especially in cities like New York, which attracts Millennials as a hub of entrepreneurship and individuality. Millennial Weekend Summit is coming to NYC to promote the accomplishments of this generation and the impact they're making in terms of innovation, diversity and social good.

Representatives from IBM, Elite Daily, Greycroft and other leading corporations will be leading discussions about entrepreneurship and innovation in Millennial generation.

Tickets for the Summit start at $40 and are available here. You can find the full session agenda here.

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