Cornell Club of Mid-America – HBS Club Breakfast Talk
January 23, 2018 @ 7:30 am
Kansas City, MO
Location: Kansas City, MO
The following is from Marc Kuemmerlein of the Harvard Business School Club of Kansas City:
When: Tuesday, January 23, 7:30 to 9:00 a.m.
Where: Barkley, 1740 Main, Kansas City, MO 64108
Speaker: Jeff Fromm, President of FutureCast and Senior Partner at Barkley
Topic: How Baby Boomers Have Embraced Youth Culture Trends – How Great Brands Win Across Generations: Building Equity with “Disloyal” Consumers
Cost: Be our guest.
Jeff Fromm is a nationally known speaker and author with 25+ years of experience in marketing and research. His focus includes complex cultural trends, consumer behavior patterns and the influence of emerging technology. Of particular interest is how high access to content supports a new ability for consumers to “own” buying decisions. Jeff speaks on how to strengthen brands and forge relationships in this new environment.
As a contributing columnist for Forbes, Jeff writes on topics that range from health care to travel to talent acquisition, and the interplay among Boomers, Millennials, Gen X and Z. He advises Fortune 100 companies and start-ups and has worked in partnership with Boston Consulting Group and Service Management Group. Jeff has written two books on Millennials, Marketing to Millennials and Millennials with Kids which have been well received. His third book, Marketing to Gen Z, co-authored with Angie Read, will be available March 2018.
Jeff graduated from the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania and attended the London School of Economics.
Please join us —
• Free parking, enter the garage to the north of the main entrance at 1740 Main
• The gathering will be at the 4th floor conference space
• Network prior to the 8:00 a.m. talk
• Q&A following the talk
• Enjoy coffee, pastries and more
• RSVP via e-mail
HBS of Kansas City is the Harvard Business School alumni group for the metro region. If you need additional information, please write MarcKuemmerlein@gmail.com or call 816.679.0422.