Yale Club of London: Minter Dial – Futureproof, How To Get Your Business Ready For The Next Disruption

The Yale Club of London cordially invites you to:

YCL Speaker Series 
Minter Dial 
speaks on

‘Futuerproof: How to Get Your Business
Ready for the Next Disruption’ 

Monday, 30 October 2017
6:00 pm to 8:00 pm

6:00 pm: Talk, followed by Q&A
7:00 pm: Refreshments
8:00 pm: Adjourn

Pearson
190 High Holborn
London WC1V 7BH

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All Members and Guests: £6
Extended Network: £6
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About the Event: 

Yale alumni, family and friends and all alumni of Global Network for Advanced Management schools are warmly invited to join MInter Dial, for a 60-minute talk on the subject of his latest book, Futureproof, How To Get Your Business Ready For The Next Disruption (Pearson Sep 2017) co-written with Caleb Storkey.
 
In these turbulent and fast-clipped times, many of us are struggling to figure out how to keep up, which technologies are of strategic use, and which should be integrated into our business, much less our daily lives. In this interactive talk, based on his latest book, Minter Dial will expose some of the key concepts as to how to navigate through the choices and how to futureproof yourselves for a more prosperous and fulfilling experience.​
 
Minter Dial is founder and President of The Myndset Company, a boutique agency providing specialised services on Branding and Digital Strategy. Renowned international speaker and prior member of the Worldwide Executive Committee of L’Oreal Professional Products Division, where he worked for 16 years in 4 countries, Minter creates bespoke executive programs designed to activate brand and digital strategy. Clients of the Myndset include Kering, Remy-Cointreau, LVMH, L’Oreal, Samsung, Tencent, Google, Credit Agricole and Publicis. 
 
A light reception will follow the talk, to give attendees the opportunity to connect with alumni and other guests.
Questions?
Contact: Marco Severi