This year PTTOW! is hosting another extraordinary conference in Palos Verdes, California at the Terranea Resort. From April 11th to the 12th, the most creative and inspiring CEO’s, CMO’s, and media influencers will be offering up their knowledge to attendees. The invite-only event expects to have over 70 figures from major industries speak at the conference.
PTTOW!, an acronym for Plan To Take On the World, is an invite-only community and annual summit for creative and inspiring CEOs, CMOs, and icons, spanning 70 major industries.
If previous PTTOW! Summits are anything to go by, topics of panels and keynotes will include a wide range of topics and will showcase game-changing projects that shape today’s culture. Expected speakers this year include actor Ian Somerhalder, and members from HP, Brit + Co, Verizon, and StarComWW.
During PTTOW! 2017, AdColony will be sponsoring the Champagne Spa Party. Be sure to stop by the reception and say hello!
Since the conference is invite-only, the full agenda and list of speakers are available only to PTTOW! members. Last year’s conference included a long list of CEO’s, entrepreneurs, athletes, and artists, including musical artist and tech entrepreneur Will.I.Am, skateboarding legend Tony Hawk, former New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg, Quicksilver Cofounder Bob McKnight, Red Bull GM Amy Taylor, MTV cofounder Tom Freston, and many, many more.
During the event there are bound to more than sessions and activities, as last year’s marketing professionals left the conference motivated to change the world of advertising for the better.
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