Spend an evening in a dialogue about the future of work for the rapidly growing 50+ population. Diane Harris, Deputy Editor in Chief at Newsweek, will moderate the conversation. Joining her will be Kerry Hannon discussing her new book “In Control at 50+: How to Succeed in the New World of Work” (McGraw Hill) and Bradley Schurman, the founder of The Super Age discussing the research from his forthcoming book “The Super Age: Decoding Our Demographic Destiny” (HarperCollins). Tuesday, October 12, 2021 from 7-9pm. The Mark O’Donnell Theater at The Actors Fund Arts Center, Brooklyn, NY.
Who Should Attend?If you’re a media, marketing or non-profit leader seeking insight into older consumers–for your clients or your own brand — this is a can’t-miss opportunity. Business leaders who need to compete with the best talent will want to pay attention too. And, you, if you’re looking to stay engaged in the workforce.
Why attend?This two-hour event is a one-night-only chance to:
- Hear from speakers offering fresh perspective on work after 50.
- Network with longevity market leaders, creative thinkers, and media colleagues.
- Enjoy beverages, snacks and conversations with new potential partners.
Sponsor organizations will have the opportunity to stay connected with longevity market leaders after the event with an invitation to a follow-up online event. Sponsors also receive ongoing access to longevity insights, news, and inspiration with a free annual subscription to Next For Me research.Download the Sponsor Kit.