- Professional Development – Give your employees the tools they need to be the best in their field. Emerge will feature ten professional development workshops centered on living, working, and playing in our region.
- Networking – The saying goes “it’s who you know,” and the top young professionals from across the Sacramento region will attend Emerge. People you want your employees to know.
- Recognition –Emerge is the state’s first summit created for and by young professionals. Making sure your company is well-represented shows support for Sacramento’s future.
- Opportunity – Sacramento is becoming a world-class city. Give your employees the opportunity to play a part in the future success of our region.
- Leadership – Emerge will empower attendees to become more active members in the community, and within your company.
- Experience – An all-star motivational line-up of fascinating thinkers and doers who will present on their personal experiences, innovative ideas, and journeys to success. Some of the ideas are bound to rub off.
- Inspiration – Event workshops and speakers will provide your employees with actionable steps they can take to engage and stay involved. Employees will bring that motivation right back to your office.
- Collaboration – Your employees will be a part of an event focused on collaborating to create THE destination for young professionals to live, work and play.
- Cost – The average professional development conference is going to set your company back a few hundred dollars, plus travel and lodging costs. Emerge will provide an in-depth, local experience for your employees and only cost you a week’s worth of take-out lunch.
- Transform the future – Keynote speaker Maci Peterson is a millennial entrepreneur, marketing expert and inspiring rising leader in her field. Invest in your employees by helping them invent their success, build a competitive edge and transform the future for your company and community.
Thursday, April 6
8:00 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.
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