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LCT Lines Up Global Digital Expert And Futurist For Summit

Digital analyst, author, anthropologist, and futurist Brian Solis is one of the keynoters for the 2016 LCT Leadership Summit May 22-24 at the SLS South Beach Hotel in Miami Beach, Fla. 
Digital analyst, author, anthropologist, and futurist Brian Solis is one of the keynoters for the 2016 LCT Leadership Summit May 22-24 at the SLS South Beach Hotel in Miami Beach, Fla. 
MIAMI BEACH, Fla. -- LCT confirmed May 6 that Brian Solis, a globally renowned digital analyst and futurist, will lead a seminar during the LCT Leadership Summit titled, "The Next Tech Bubble: How Long Can PE and VCs Lose Money with TNC Investments"

Solis, who studies the the effects of disruptive technology on business and society, will speak to one of the leading issues facing the chaffeured transportation industry: How long can this TNC business model last? 

Solis is an avid keynote speaker and award-winning author, globally recognized as one of the most prominent thought leaders in digital transformation. He is a principal analyst at Altimeter Group, a Prophet company, and a prominent blogger/writer. His books include X: The Experience Where Business Meets Design, and What's The Future Of Business? #WTF. Book information here.

His session will be held Monday, May 23 at 11 a.m. at the SLS South Beach Hotel, the site of the Summit. 

With its focus on deep industry topics and trends coupled with networking and recreation, the LCT Leadership Summit strives to push the mindset of chauffeured car service owners to look beyond immediate circumstances and discern long term best practices for profitability and growth. 

REGISTRATION HERE: Limited number of attendee slots left.

Solis complements an active agenda balanced with think-tank level seminars and relaxed recreating and networking, all brought together in the industry's original and most enduring executive-style conference and social retreat.

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