This year, FEI: Front End of Innovation heads north of the border to Toronto, Canada. Bringing together thought leaders, experts and authors across various industries, the FEI conference looks to push attendees on innovation, creativity and collective intelligence through keynotes, learning sessions, field trips and more.
FEI is the annual meeting place for the world's leading innovation professionals, feeding their curiosities since its inception in 2003. With no shortage of stimulating speakers and interesting topics, FEI is the "must-see" event for those most serious about learning from today's innovation leaders, connecting with cohorts and better integrating innovation into their company's framework. And this year's event is shaping up to be one the best yet.
Guest speakers will include best-selling author and professor, Vijay Govindarajan (Tuck School of Business), Ricardo Crespo, Chief Creative Officer at TH13TEEN, Gillian Ferrabee, Creative Lab Director at Cirque du Soleil Media and Trend Hunter's own Jeremy Gutsche. Themes will range from building a breakthrough business and overcoming innovation challenges to enhancing your own potential through patterns of overlooked opportunity.
To get you more excited for FEI, were pleased to announce a 20% discount on standard rates using promo code FEIT14JG
Be sure to mark September 29th off in your calendars and join us at the beautiful Ritz-Carlton in Toronto, Canada for an experience you won't want to miss.
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