2014 Predictions Luncheon with Mark Anderson
January 17th, 2013
Join us on January 17th
for our 10th annual and highly anticipated Predictions Luncheon
. TAG is honored to welcome back Mark Anderson
, noted speaker and technologist, to review his 2013 predictions and then once again turn his keen predictive eye toward two different horizons – one economic, one technological. Mark's 10-year, publicly graded accuracy rate is over 93%
Mark is a frequently sought speaker at corporate meetings and conferences around the world, and he provides top-level strategic reviews for management teams. His long-running weekly newsletter, Strategic News Service (SNS), counts a stellar readership, including the likes of Michael Dell, Bill Gates and Steve Ballmer. Mark regularly comments on CNN TV, NPR, the Wall Street Journal, Financial Times, Wall Street Review and the New York Times. He chairs the annual FiRe
Conference and SNS Project Inkwell.
Don’t miss this opportunity to hear Mark's Top 10 Predictions for 2013!
TAG Members: $20 / Non-Members: $30
Admission fee includes a box lunch with drink.
Registration closes Wednesday, January 15, 2014. Advance reservation and payment is required to guarantee your seat.
Walk-in space is limited and offered on a first-come, first-serve basis. Walk-in registrations and any registrations not paid in advance are subject to an additional fee of $5.
Cancellations will be honored if requested on or before Wednesday, January 15, 2014. Refunds will be subject to a $5 service fee. Cancellations made after January 15, 2014 cannot be refunded.
About the Speaker – Mark Anderson
Founder & Publisher of the Strategic News Service® (SNS), President of Technology Alliance Partners (TAP), and Chairman of the Future In Review (FiRe) Conferences.
SNS was the first subscription-based newsletter on the Internet, and is read by technology industry leaders and investors worldwide. TAP, founded in 1989, provides trends and marketing alliance assistance to countries and companies interested in the convergence of telecommunications and computing. The FiRe Conferences are international meetings of leaders in technology, global economics, bioinformatics, and policy, for the purpose of generating an enhanced understanding of future markets.
Mark holds graduate and undergraduate degrees from Stanford University and has taught at Stanford, Harvard, the University of Washington, and other universities. He is a Seybold Fellow and the founder of two software companies and the Washington Software Alliance (WSA) Investors' Forum, Washington's premier software investment conference. Mark is a past director of the WSA and currently chairs its Presidents' Group. He has also participated in the launch of many software startups.
A member of the Merrill Lynch TechBrains Advisory Board, Mark is also an advisor and/or investor in Space Exploration Inc., Voyager Capital, Mohr Davidow Ventures, Ignition Partners, and others. He is the founder and chairman of SNS Project Inkwell, a global consortium of vendors dedicated to the accelerated deployment of appropriate technology onto pre-University desktops. He is the founder and president of Orca Relief Citizens' Alliance, a nonprofit 501(c)3 corporation created to reduce resident killer-whale mortality rates in the Puget Sound.
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