We live in an age of significant change.
These are exciting and challenging times for us all, and completely new to the world’s history. Understanding the 5 core trends fostering the dynamic change we face enables us to live more intentionally. This talk will 1) Reveal these core trends, 2) Unpack how these trends are shaping our future, and 3) Encourage people to live and do business with a more proactive impact.
Jason Mink is Founder and President of COGNITION™, a branding, marketing and web design agency driven to enhance its clients’ ability to connect to their audiences, shape perception and generate response. Living in such diverse places as Los Angeles, Toronto, and Charlotte, North Carolina has fostered his fascinating insights on cultures and perspectives. Majoring in Organizational Communications and Marketing at the University of North Carolina in Charlotte, Jason completed his degree while acting as Director of Marketing for Shook Design Group, a nationally recognized architecture firm specializing in branded environments and mixed-use new urbanism. Prior to his
four-year stint as Director of Marketing, Jason held an Account Executive position “on the media side” with Jefferson Pilot. When founding COGNITION™ in 2002, Jason fashioned a brand-building process entitled the COGNITION BRANDING FRAMEWORK™ to deliver comprehensive marketing that meets today’s changing world. He has served as principal-in-charge of numerous award winning projects, and has led clients like Compass Group, Johnson & Wales University, Chobani, Lexington Home Brands, Mission to the World and the YMCA to embrace change and develop strategically-driven creative that impacts their markets.
eCommerce Charlotte focuses on discussion, learning and networking for those of us involved in the many eCommerce industries. Each meeting features an industry expert presenting on a specific topic to help drive not only learning, but innovation and conversation around some facet of the eCommerce ecosystem. Attendees often network for a few minutes prior to the formal presentation and oftentimes these conversations continue afterward and in to the weeks between each Meetup.
Bring a few cards, plan to learn something, and maybe even prep with a few questions for the speaker. It’s like a mini-conference every 2nd Tuesday of the month. All are welcome and feel free to invite co-workers and friends. Please RSVP for events you plan to attend.