INSIDE INDIANA BUSINESS: Conference to highlight Millennial engagement

2013-07-15T12:19:00Z 2013-07-15T15:45:04Z INSIDE INDIANA BUSINESS: Conference to highlight Millennial engagementGerry Dick Inside Indiana Business
July 15, 2013 12:19 pm  • 

Organizers of a huge event in Indianapolis this week say it will help business and nonprofit leaders better engage the nation's massive Millennial population. In a Studio(i) interview, Achieve Chief Executive Officer Derrick Feldmann says MCON13 will spotlight trends in how 80 million young professionals buy products, give to causes and do community work. Speakers at the conference will include executives from Twitter, YouTube and NPR. MCON13 will be featured this weekend on a special edition of Inside INdiana Business Television.


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Ellspermann aide at Ball State

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