Vision Council Announces Daymond John as Keynote Speaker

The Vision Council announced that registration is now open for the 2018 Executive Summit, featuring keynote speaker Daymond John, entrepreneur and star of ABC’s “Shark Tank”.

The Executive Summit is an exclusive event filled with executive-level networking, leadership development, and lessons from industry leaders on the latest economic trends and business strategies. The 2018 event will be held January 24-26 at the must-see Hotel del Coronado in Coronado, California.

In addition to the featured keynote, the Executive Summit’s blockbuster speaker lineup includes Erik Wahl, globally-know artist, TED speaker and author; Frances Cole Jones, highly sought after communications guru; and Brian Beaulieu, CEO, Chief Economist at ITR.

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