Winning Millennials: How To Activate & Engage A New Generation of Consumer
With over 80 million members, Millennials have a combined spend of nearly $600 billion each year. Savvy and skeptical, this influential demographic represents a radically different kind of customer—one who demands hyper connection and genuine authenticity.
In this video, Michael reveals how to develop, create, and market products that deeply resonate with a new generation of consumer and shares what every organization can do to activate and engage this powerful demographic.
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Best-Selling Author, Expert on Millennial Workforce & Entrepreneur
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Michael Parrish DuDell is an entrepreneur, keynote speaker, and the best-selling author of Shark Tank Jump Start Your Business and Shark Tank Secrets to Success—the official business books from ABC’s hit show, Shark Tank. Ranked as one of the top three most popular business authors by Amazon.com and named “one of nation’s leading Millennial voices” by IBM, Michael is a recognized industry expert and commentator who’s regularly featured across numerous media outlets, including CNN, CNBC, Fox News, Fox Business News, Bloomberg TV, and many more. He's also the host of The Next Crop—an interview web series that showcases the next generation of business and media influencers. An award-winning international keynote speaker, Michael delivers high-energy workshops and interactive presentations designed to help businesses and leaders build future-focused organizations and connect with a new generation of consumer. He has guest lectured at such renowned universities as MIT and Columbia and collaborated with some of the world’s most influential brands, including Kraft, Visa, Disney, L’Oreal, and American Express.