We are living in a time of profound generational change and it has never been more vital for business to bridge and bring together different generations perspectives, skill sets, and passions in order to be successful.
The 7th installment of the All Markets Summit franchise will explore generational opportunities; what divides and unites generations in the workplace, across politics, and how collaboration across generations can change business. The sessions will explore The Next-Gen Economy, The 5G Revolution, The Future of Work, Shaping the Future of Healthcare, Currencies Bitcoins & Beyond, Broadening Market Participation, Innovators & Startups.
The All Markets Summit will bring together an exclusive group of leaders in business, government and academia who are shaping and defining these new relationships. Already confirmed are CEOs Adena Friedman of NASDAQ, Jes Staley of Barclays, Bernard Tyson of Kaiser Permanente, and Hans Vestberg of Verizon, as well as Minneapolis Fed President & CEO Neel Kashkari, Lime President and Google Ventures Partner Joe Kraus, Citigroup Vice Chairman Raymond McGuire, CFTC Chairman Heath Tarbert, Trump Organization EVP Eric Trump, and Entrepreneur, author Bethenny Frankel. Scroll down to see additional speakers.
Why Attend: Understanding and managing generational change is essential for businesses and leaders, as the implications on all constituencies, including investors, customers and employees is critical.
As a top executive and leader of an organization or founder of a newly launched business, you'll want to bring knowledge, ideas, and inspiration back to your team and your colleagues to move your business forward. Take away actionable insights, plus a ton of new contacts and connections thanks to AMS’s integrated event networking.
Who Attends: Yahoo AMS NY’s audience includes senior business leaders across technology, government, finance, fintech, media, business services and non-profits. They are joined by top media outlets and a wide range of start-ups.
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Staley brings four decades of financial experience to Barclays, where he leads 80,000 employees and a bank with over a trillion dollars in assets.
Entrepreneur, Author, Philanthropist
Forbes' Top 100 Most Powerful Celebrity, New York Times bestselling author, and guest judge on the hit TV show “Shark Tank”.
Kaiser Permanente CEO
Considered among the most influential people in health care, Tyson leads one of America's largest health care providers and not-for-profit health plans.
Ellevest Co-founder & CEO
A finance legend, and once regarded as the most powerful woman on Wall Street, Krawcheck now runs an investment site specifically designed for women.
One of the most powerful people in the telecoms world, head of a global organization which is a leader in wireless and internet services.
Jacksonville Jaguars Owner
Named by Forbes as one of the world’s 100 greatest living business minds, owns Flex-N-Gate, the Jacksonville Jaguars, Fulham Football Club, Four Seasons Hotel Toronto and All Elite Wrestling, with other projects in the pipeline.
Female Founders Fund Founding Partner
Breaking the glass ceiling in venture capital, the Female Founders Fund is dedicated to supporting women building businesses.
Facebook Chief Creative Officer
Leads a team responsible for creating and building ideas that transform how the world's largest and most innovative marketers use Facebook to drive business.
Minneapolis Federal Reserve President
Led the Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis since 2016, and serves on the Federal Open Market Committee setting U.S. monetary policy.
Siemens U.S. CEO
Guides strategy and engagement in the company’s largest market with more than 50,000 employees and over $23 billion in revenues.
Citigroup Vice Chairman
A top Citigroup executive who has advised corporate clients on some of the biggest mergers in history.
Worked her way up from intern to CEO at the second largest stock exchange in the world. She’s also the first woman to lead a global exchange company.
Lime President, Google Ventures Partner
A long time tech entrepreneur, in 1993 Kraus co-founded Excite.com, and was an angel investor in many tech names including LinkedIn.
Head of the powerful federal watchdog the Commodities Futures Trading Commission, also a voting member of the Financial Stability Oversight Council.
McKinsey Senior Partner
A Senior Partner at McKinsey & Company and the global co-lead of McKinsey Technology. He focuses on strategy development, organization, operations and technology in healthcare.
BBG Ventures President
Helps launch the next generation of startups, after an extensive career in media and consumer products at Disney, AOL, and Martha Stewart Living Omnimedia.
Trump Organization Executive Vice President
Responsible for all aspects of management and operation including new project acquisition, development and construction.
Principal Financial CEO
Leads one of the largest retirement and insurance plan operators in the world with over $700 billion in assets under management.
Named in Fortune’s Top Women in Business, served in top positions at Nike, Ralph Lauren, and HSN before WW (formerly Weight Watchers).
Bruin Sports Capital CEO
Develops new businesses in sports, media, live events, marketing, and entertainment. Fmr. president of IMG and fmr. COO of Nascar.
ESPN host, NCAA champion
A high school sports star, an NCAA champion, and drafted by the Chicago Bulls, Williams became an ESPN game and studio analyst in 2008.
Prudential Vice Chairman
Oversees finance, risk, investments, actuarial, communications, information & technology, and corporate social responsibility.
Deloitte U.S. CEO
Leads U.S. operations of the world’s largest consulting firm delivering a broad range of financial services to corporations and government agencies.
Instagram Director of Fashion Partnerships
Honed her skills at Harper’s, ELLE, and Teen Vogue. Hired by Anna Wintour as editor in chief of Lucky before becoming Instagram’s first head of fashion partnerships.
Leads a global communications firm named “PR Agency of the Decade” by Advertising Age. Richard is one of the leading authorities on trust in business, government, media and NGOs.
Accenture Chief Technology & Innovation Officer
Oversees Accenture’s technology strategy and is a passionate advocate for gender equality, sponsoring STEM-related inclusion and diversity initiatives. On the board of Girls Who Code.
Governor of Maryland
Only the second Republican governor to be re-elected in Maryland's history, is the new chairman of the National Governors Association.
Susan G. Komen CEO
Schneider is responsible for the strategic direction of Komen’s research, community health, public policy and global programs.
Astrology has been around for thousands of years, but Banu is reinventing it for a new generation. With interest in astrology growing Co-Star is the first ever AI-powered astrology app creating hyper-personalized horoscopes.
Andy Serwer | Editor in Chief Yahoo Finance
Heath Tarbert | CFTC Chairman
From bitcoin scams to market manipulation, the Commodity Futures Trading Commission is one of Wall Street’s most powerful watchdogs. Heath Tarbert is the CFTC’s new chairman and he’ll lay out his vision on how investors can prosper amid the changes and challenges of the digital age.
Interviewed by Scott Gamm
Bernard J. Tyson | Kaiser Permanente CEO
Steven Van Kuiken | McKinsey Senior Partner
Technology and innovation have transformed every aspect of our lives. Why not our health care? We’ll examine the disruptions now taking place help solve one of the top issues in the country right now: how to deliver top class and cost effective healthcare for everyone.
Moderated by Rick Newman
Hans Vestberg | Verizon CEO
5G is the fifth generation in wireless technology delivering consumers internet speeds like they’ve never seen before. But it’s not just super-fast speeds, we’ll explore the revolutionary new digital worlds consumers can expect as 5G is turned on across the country. The internet of things is finally here.
Interviewed by Akiko Fujita
Raymond McGuire | Citigroup Vice Chairman
The generation gap isn’t just about culture, it’s also about money. How do millennials view wealth? Some have not recovered since the financial crisis and now global growth is slowing and recession indicators are everywhere. How can investors best position themselves amid all the market uncertainty?
Interviewed by Andy Serwer
Bethenny Frankel | Entrepreneur, philanthropist, author
How can you unleash your inner hustle, start new trends, and leverage that success into a thriving business? Hear from Bethenny Frankel who turned a stint on reality TV into a multi-million dollar enterprise. Frankel is a serial entrepreneur, but the secret to her success in business isn’t just the drive to make money.
Interviewed by Alexis Christoforous
Eric Trump | Trump Organization Executive Vice President
They say blood and business don’t mix. But what happens when you add a heavy dose of politics, and the family patriarch is the President of the United States? Eric Trump reveals what it’s like to manage a global enterprise under extraordinary scrutiny and pressure, and the effect it has on family life.
Interviewed by Adam Shapiro
Barbara Humpton | Siemens U.S. CEO
Joe Ucuzoglu | Deloitte U.S. CEO
How do you build a better business in times of great transformation in the economy, and the generational changes in the workforce? Our panel will explore how companies of any size can grow and innovate by investing in human capital, exploiting the new world of digital disruption, and thinking outside their four walls.
Moderated by Myles Udland
Shad Khan | Jacksonville Jaguars Owner
Shad Khan is CEO of Flex-N-Gate and owner of the Jacksonville Jaguars and Fulham FC. Amid the shifting media landscape, the generational changes in America, and the increasing politicization of sports, what does it mean to be a professional sports team owner, and what’s the outlook for franchise ownership?
Interviewed by Dan Roberts
Neel Kashkari | Minneapolis Fed President & CEO
Nothing moves the markets and draws more fire than the Fed. It’s monetary policies are under scrutiny like no other time in its 106-year history. Can the Fed hit that sweet spot between stable prices, full employment, and moderate long-term interest rates? Minneapolis Fed President Neel Kashkari shares his unique insights on how it can be done.
Interviewed by Brian Cheung
Mindy Grossman | WW CEO
Paula Schneider | Susan G. Komen CEO
If you strive for a healthier you, it’s not about diets, fads, or programs, it’s about achieving a healthy lifestyle no matter your generation. We’ll explore how individuals can effectively make changes and sustain it over the long term, and why companies should support that effort. We should all be driven by a healthy purpose.
Moderated by Brian Sozzi
Richard Edelman | Edelman CEO
Dan Houston | Principal Financial CEO
Sallie Krawcheck | Ellevest Founder & CEO
The bull market is now the longest in history, and stock market gains have powered great wealth, but not everyone is sharing in this prosperity. Our panel will explore how the markets can help all generations reach their financial goals, and how trust in our institutions drives decision making.
Moderated by Julie Hyman
Adena Friedman | Nasdaq CEO
How do you stay ahead in a fiercely competitive world and at a time of profound generational change? The CEO of the second largest stock exchange in the world discusses her management and leadership style that propelled her from intern to CEO. Friedman will also discuss the broader capital markets and how the Nasdaq is moving beyond its exchange roots.
Interviewed by Andy Serwer
Larry Hogan | Maryland Governor | National Governors Association Chairman
Building the next generation of communities is now a top priority for the National Governors Association. It’s not just about supporting the 21st century workforce, but to trigger a new era of state-driven innovation. The Association’s chairman Larry Hogan will detail this new mission and why it’s critical for the country’s success.
Interviewed by Rick Newman
Joe Kraus | Lime President, Google Ventures Partner
From the most innovative startups to the new companies that are changing the world. We'll examine what’s hot right now and how to get ahead and lead in this era of generational shift. We'll also take a look at what's next for modern mobility and Lime.
Interviewed by Zack Guzman
Eva Chen, Instagram Director of Fashion Partnerships
Mark D’Arcy | Facebook Chief Creative Officer
Instagram's Director of Fashion Partnerships Eva Chen and Facebook’s Chief Creative Officer Mark D'Arcy share the secrets of an effective social campaign, and how to speak authentically to all age groups. Go inside the world’s biggest social network and learn how to unlock the value of creative technologies, and find out what social content formats will dominate the future.
Moderated by Jen Rogers
Paul Daugherty | Accenture Chief Technology & Innovation Officer
Robert Falzon | Prudential Vice Chairman
The future of work is now, so how do both businesses and employees adapt to survive and thrive? We’ve all heard of the ‘skills’ and ‘generations’ gap, but it’s not enough to have the right skills and education. Our panel tells us how to prepare for a workplace we can’t yet envision, and what unites generations in the workplace.
Jes Staley | Barclays CEO
Barclays was first to introduce ATMs over 50 years ago, and it’s once again on the cutting edge of new banking technology. Developers and engineers are now at the heart of its operations. Barclays’ CEO Jes Staley tells us how one of the world’s biggest banks is innovating for the next generation.
Interviewed by Andy Serwer
Anu Duggal | Female Founders Fund
Banu Guler | Co-Star Co-Founder
Susan Lyne | BBG Ventures President
Calling all visionaries and anyone who wants to get a great idea off the ground. Our panel of founders will explore the best ways to take an idea and turn it into a thriving business, and how the tastes of the new generation today going to affect the businesses of tomorrow.
Moderated by Julia La Roche
George Pyne | Bruin Sports Capital CEO | Fmr. IMG president, Fmr. Nascar COO
Jay Williams | ESPN host, NCAA champion
In a cord-cutting world where sports clips are available on social media seconds after they happen, how do you attract a young audience for sports programming? Jay Williams is co-host of The Boardroom on the streaming platform ESPN+ and George Pyne is the former president of IMG and former COO of Nascar, now focusing on sports streaming investments.
Moderated by Dan Roberts
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