This Exclusive Summit is Complimentary for Senior
Executives from Major B2B and B2C Brands

What is ‘Unleashing Your Personal Next’?

At this half-day conference, senior executives from established brands and cutting-edge startups will discuss the changing role of business leaders in the digital age. The old mental and business models are being upended, and leaders must change with the times. ‘Personal Next’ is an invitation-only summit and limited to 60 attendees. This intimate gathering will ensure close engagement and discourse with fellow senior executives.

Confirmed Speakers

Chandra Dhandapani

Chief Digital & Technology Officer

Tariq Farid

CEO

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Tim Sae Koo

CEO

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Alex Skatell

CEO & Founder

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Kamakshi Sivaramakrishnan

CEO & Founder

Tyler Wry

 Assistant Professor of Management

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Alia Zaharudin

VIP, Strategy & Operations

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Teddy Zee

Producer

Teddy Zee Productions

THE WORLD’S MOST EFFECTIVE LEADERS EMBRACE CHANGE

Change is a constant in business. Technology is making those changes come about even faster. Forward-thinking leaders of today must learn how to manage change effectively if they want thrive in the digital era.

Afternoon Event Followed by Cocktails

Venue

The Wharton Campus in San Francisco

2 Harrison Street

San Francisco, CA, 94105

Wharton | San Francisco

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Established in 1881 as the world’s first collegiate school of business, Wharton is consistently recognized as one of the world’s top-ranked graduate business schools, renowned for academic strengths across every major discipline and level of business education.

Registration Information

Unleashing Your Personal Next is an invitation-only event for
C-Suite and VP Level executives from major brands.

ATTENDANCE IS COMPLIMENTARY FOR QUALIFIED GUESTS.

You will have a culture whether you
want one or not.
– Dale Danilewitz

In the digital world the transformer
calls you and warns you that it’s
about to fail. @prithbanerjee

Customers always demand change
and then they hate it.
– Tom Gooley