The Samuel Curtis Johnson Graduate School of Management and the Johnson Club of Boston cordially invite you to join them for the
Annual Boston Predictions Event
Paul Sellew, BS '80, founder and CEO, Little Leaf Farms and founder and CEO, Harvest Power
Innovations in Food Production: sustainably meeting the needs to feed a growing population
Join us for a fireside chat moderated by Mark Milstein, director of the Center for Sustainable Global Enterprise and clinical professor of management at Johnson, and hear about advances in technology that will allow us to produce the food we need both locally and sustainably.
Wednesday, March 21, 2018
6:30 - 9:00. p.m.
Boston College Club
100 Federal Street
Alumni and guests: $60
Current students: $40
Fees include drinks and heavy hors d'oeuvres.
Let us tell you a little more about the Cornell College of Business Predictions series
How did the Prediction series get started?
First launched by the Johnson Club of the Bay Area 23 years ago, the Predictions series quickly became a tradition supported by Johnson alumni clubs throughout the U.S. Every year, Predictions events welcome all members of the Cornell community to come, mingle, and listen to top leaders and thinkers share industry insights for the coming year.
What is the format?
Each event opens with a networking cocktail reception that includes heavy hors d'oeuvres. The following program includes an update, a Predictions announcement, and a TED-style talk by the keynote speaker followed by an interactive Q&A session.
Why are they called Predictions events?
In addition to a forward-looking keynote presentation, club leaders collaborate to create a short list of business-related questions for attendees, who are asked to cast their best predictions for 2018. Those who offered the most accurate responses to the 2017 Predictions questions will be honored at this year's events.