The Sales Heretic™
Session: The Myth of Price - Why you should charge more and how to do it.
Thursday, March 19th (9:45-10:45 a.m.)
Don Cooper—The Sales Heretic™—is an internationally-acclaimed sales expert who helps salespeople, business owners and professionals dramatically increase their sales. His clients include Yamaha, Costco, Nissan Canada, Johnson & Johnson, and Harley-Davidson. A frequent guest on television and radio, Don has written regular columns for five different business publications, has co-authored three books, and is currently working on two more. Find free articles, tips and more at www.DonCooper.com.
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John Min, PhD.
World First Foreign Exchange
Session: Global Currency Trends and Forecasts
Thursday, March 19th (11:00-11:45 a.m.)
John co-founded World First USA and serves as Managing Director and Chief Economist. John has over 20 years of financial service industry experience in sales, research and management. Prior to joining World First, John was a partner at Payment Metrics and consulted for companies such as JP Morgan Chase, Western Union, EverBank, and AFEX. Outside the company, John teaches economics at Northern Virginia Community College and graduate finance courses at New England College of Business and Finance. John began his professional career after earning an MBA in international business from the George Washington University and a Doctorate degree in Economics from George Mason University.
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Brown Brothers & Harriman
Session: Economic, Financial and Wood Markets Outlook
Friday, March 20th (9:00-10:00 a.m.)
Scott Clemons joined BBH&Co. in 1990, and has held a variety of investment roles at the firm over the past 19 years. His career began in international equities, where he was an analyst and portfolio manager of European and Asian equities, working out of the firm’s New York and London offices. In 2001 he transitioned into domestic equity management and research, and since then has become one of BBH’s primary writers and speakers on topics related to the financial markets and wealth management. While he continues to write and speak, Scott now manages one of the firm’s six Private Wealth Management offices, based in New York. Scott is a Chartered Financial Analyst, and a member of the New York Society of Security Analysts and the CFA Institute. Outside of his professional interests, Scott serves on advisory boards at the Morgan Library and Museum in New York, The Grolier Club, the Princeton University Library, and the Getty Research Institute in Los Angeles. Scott also serves on the board of directors of the Research Corporation for Science Advancement, the oldest foundation in the United States dedicated to basic scientific research. Born and raised in Florida, he is a magna cum laude graduate (Classics) of Princeton University, and lives with his wife and two children in Manhattan.