Introducing The What’s Next Power Play™ At The Innovation Project 2014

We’re excited to announce The What’s Next Power Play™ to be held The Innovation Project 2014.

Here’s how this will work:

Let’s face it. No one, and I repeat, no one, wants to hear the same old, same old, boring PowerPoint pitch. So, we’ve reinvented the product Launchpad – which after all, is so last year.

Introducing The What's Next Power Play™ At The Innovation Project 2014On March 19th during the Innovator Expo Cocktail reception and on March 20th over breakfast, we’ll have 10 innovators – new, established and somewhere in between, take 5 minutes to present their “What’s Next Power Play™” to our delegates using anything but PowerPoint. Surprise us.

This presentation will be followed by a 5-minute Q&A with our What’s Next Power Play™ host and emcee, Doug Bergeron, Founder, Opus Global Holding and former CEO of VeriFone.

Doug’s role is to make each of these presentations, interesting, energetic, and insightful. The Q&A session is designed to drawIntroducing The What's Next Power Play™ At The Innovation Project 2014 out the essence of the product or solution’s value, as only someone who’s been at the helm of a massive global business can do – and who is today, combing the world and evaluating all of the latest innovations in payments and commerce. The result is a session that will provide a useful and applicable context for understanding how What’s Next will define the power plays in payments and commerce yet to come.

Introducing The What's Next Power Play™ At The Innovation Project 2014Space is limited so if you’d like to be considered for one of these 10 spots, please contact Pam Bittner today for more information.

Can’t want to see you in March at The Innovation Project 2014!


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