Engaging Florida's leaders, shaping Florida's agenda,
prospering Florida's future
I am delighted to share with you some exciting news: the first annual Sayfie Review Florida Leaders Summit will be held at the JW Marriott Orlando Grande Lakes on September 12-13, 2013. The mission of the Summit is "Engaging Florida's Leaders, Shaping Florida's Agenda, Prospering Florida's Future."
In 2002, Sayfie Review was launched with the purpose of providing anyone interested in Florida politics with a valued, non-partisan resource to stay well-informed of the latest Florida political news. Today, our unique readership includes tens of thousands of influential Floridians including members of Congress, governors, legislators, CEO's, journalists, lobbyists, local elected officials and party activists among many other opinion and political leaders in Florida.
While this exceptionally influential and Florida-focused audience has 'gathered' thousands of times online at SayfieReview.com to learn about issues and events impacting Florida, it has never gathered together 'offline' a single time. The Summit will provide these same Florida leaders with a non-partisan, "bricks and mortar" venue where they can come together offline in a very unique way, connect with each other and focus their combined energies on considering the most impactful issues facing our state.
In some respects, a gathering like this would be similar to the World Economic Forum that is held annually in Davos, Switzerland. The Forum in Davos is unique in its ability to convene CEO's, heads of state, non-profit leaders, academic leaders, media leaders and many others for the purpose of shaping solutions to global issues. Our state -- with its incredible potential, abundant intellectual capital and never-ending challenges -- should have its own summit of Florida's diverse leaders.
The Sayfie Review Florida Leaders Summit is honored to have Florida's most respected organizations formally support its mission as Thought Leadership Partners:
Summit attendees will be selected by the Thought Leadership Partners and the Sayfie Review, and will receive a non-transferable invitation to register and attend the Summit. There will also be ways for those who don't personally attend the Summit to have participation at the Summit as well. More on this to come.
I welcome your comments or ideas about the Summit. What do you think? What issues should be discussed and who should discuss them? Please feel free to email me directly at Justin@sayfiemedia.com or call me directly at 954-302-5984.
Having a successful Summit and fulfilling its mission is only possible with the assistance of Sayfie Review's unique readers, so I thank you in advance for your help and support.Best regards,
p.s. If you're interested in Summit sponsorship opportunities, email Carole Ann Hausman at firstname.lastname@example.org, and she will send you more information about how you or your organization can support the Summit and its mission.