Fintrust Financial Forum 2019
The Morning of Wednesday May 22nd
Mark your calendars for the Third FinTrust Financial Forum! The forum will be held at Zen in downtown Greenville, SC.
South Main Street
Greenville, SC 29601
We look forward to the opportunity to spend the morning with you discussing innovation and intellectual property. This year, our program will include several experts on the innovative work happening locally in the southeast, globally, and throughout history. Join us for an informative and entertaining program!
Our Keynote Speaker will be Ken Segall.
Fintrust Financial Forum | Innovation | May, 22nd 2019
AT ZEN GREENVILLE
Doors Open at 8:15 for Breakfast and Social, First Speaker Goes on at 8:45.
8:45 – Open
Economic Outlook: IP and Trade in the 21st
10:00 – Breakout Session
Studio: A History Lesson, Patents, IP, and Innovation
Lotus: Innovative Industry, Details to Follow
11:00 – Space to Innovate
Deep dive into innovations across sectors.
11:45 – Breakout Session
Studio: Local Innovation Panel, Details to Follow
Lotus: A Richer Life Panel, Details to Follow
12:30 – Lunch
Get your lunch in either room, and head to the studio for the keynote
1:00 – Ken Segall
Ken Segall is responsible for that little “i” that served as a naming foundation for Apple’s revolutionary products.
2:00 – Q&A, and Closing Remarks
Ask Ken Questions, closing remarks from Fintrust Experts
Ken Segall is responsible for that “i” that served as a naming foundation for Apple’s revolutionary products.
Ken Segall worked closely with Steve Jobs for over 12 years as his ad agency creative director spanning NeXT and Apple. He led the creative team behind Apple’s famous Think different campaign, and is responsible for that little “i” that served as a naming foundation for Apple’s revolutionary products.
Ken is the New York Times bestselling author of Insanely Simple and Think Simple, which demonstrate the power of simplicity as practiced by Steve Jobs and other brilliant leaders.
Ken served as global creative director for such iconic brands as Dell, Intel, BMW and IBM.
He currently consults with major brands in strategy, marketing and product naming; he blogs on technology and marketing at kensegall.com; and he has fun with it all at his Apple satire site, scoopertino.com.