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ALEXANDRIA, Va. — Millennial talent and technology will be the focus of Washington Post Columnist Gene Marks’ keynote address at this year’s Conexxus Annual Conference, taking place April 24-27 at the Loews Annapolis Hotel in Annapolis, Md.
According to Conexxus, millennials represent a new set of values, needs and talents that sets their generation apart from previous generations. Their use of technology presents opportunities for productivity and innovation, if an organization can adapt.
Marks, a small business expert, writes daily for The Washington Post, focusing on issues affecting the business community. He contributes weekly columns for Forbes, Fox Business, The Huffington Post and Entrepreneur magazine. Marks also frequently appears on Fox News and CNBC, as well as makes quarterly appearances on MSNBC’s "Your Business" program.
Prior to starting the Marks Group PC, he spent nine years in the entrepreneurial services arm of KPMG, an international consulting firm, where he was a senior manager.
Marks joins Jeff Ma, member of the MIT Blackjack Team and data driven entrepreneur, in the lineup of Conexxus Annual Conference speakers and sessions. The full agenda can be found here.