Meeting of the Minds 2013 Final Report Now Available

By Dave Hahn

Dave Hahn is the Director of Digital Strategy for Meeting of the Minds.

Oct 14, 2013 | Announcements | 0 comments

The Meeting of the Minds 2013 final report is now available. Download your copy here:

The final report includes interesting statistics from the event and lead-up activities, a synopsis of the Toronto sessions, media coverage, photos, and a full delegate list.

We’ve also created the below infographic for a quick summary. Download the infographic to distribute via email or social media.

Congratulations to our speakers, sponsors and partners on a successful Meeting of the Minds in Toronto last month. We look forward to seeing you in Detroit next fall for Meeting of the Minds 2014!

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