Millennials are entering into and excelling in the workplace but for some, navigating the professional world and trying to be a catalyst for change can be a daunting task. This is one of the many reasons why Notable Life, "Canada's leading online lifestyle magazine for driven young professionals," attended this year's Future Festival World Summit event -- to discover all of the actionable takeaways that immersed and intrigued Trend Hunter's diverse, inter-generational audience.
The unique Millennial perspective demonstrated in Notable Life's article "Why Future Festival is the Place to be for Young Professionals" highlighted some standout moments from the event, including the tech-focused Future Party and the action-packed Trend Safaris. Of all the one-of-a-kind experiences listed, one of the most notable was Trend Hunter's CEO Jeremy Gutsche's keynote, which left the audience "hanging off his every word." In the article, the overall experience was summarized with one all-encompassing statement, "From an entertainment to an educational standpoint, Future Festival is an experience that young professionals and companies should be capitalizing on if they want to make capital anytime soon."
Read the full article from Notable Life here.
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Notable Life Reviews Future Festival from a Millennial Perspective
- By: Ellen SmithOct 4, 2018