How can we be braver? In today’s ever-changing world, we learnt how to overcome our barriers through inspirational speakers who have pushed themselves to the limits.
We were delighted to bring our flagship conference to New York for the first time this year.
Alongside our Brave Conference in London, we hosted events in all our global hubs on the same day.
Ambitious? Maybe. Brave? Definitely.
It was an inspiring day, getting under the skin of what it really meant, for individuals and organizations, to be brave and lead the way.
Our regional board member and Global CMO of Siegel+Gale, Margaret Molloy, hosted our first Brave Conference in the recently launched New York hub. On how marketers can be braver? Margaret insisted, 'Simplify. It’s brave to say no.'
This year, as part of our brave agenda, we heard from the big brains who have taken risks as well as inspirational leaders from all walks of life. From a woman who found new purpose after suffering a devastating loss to the man behind 20,000 Tough Mudder tattoos, The lineup included:
Madonna Badger - Chief Creative Officer and Co-Founder, Badger & Winters
Will Dean - Founder and CEO, Tough Mudder
Michelle Froah - Vice President Marketing Excellence, Strategy & Integration, Samsung Electronics America
Andrew Clarke - Chief Marketing & Communications Officer, Mars (this session was streamed from London)
Elissa Montanti - Founder and Director, The Global Medical Relief Fund for Children
For more information about the Society in New York please email Alasdair Hall-Jones, Head of Global - email@example.com.