Millennial Summit going the virtual route this summer

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This year on August 3-5, the fourth annual Millennial Summit will be broadcast live. The event has been held at Wilmington’s Chase Center on the Riverfront.

This year, the event will be converted into a three-day virtual event that is expected to draw more than 1,000 attendees and featuring 80+ speakers.

“In today’s COVID environment, there is still a need to network and the Millennial Summit is a great experience that provides an opportunity to learn, connect, and grow as a young professional,” says Charlie Vincent, executive director Spur Impact, the nonprofit which manages and organizes the event.

“In moving to a virtual summit, our planning committee has expanded the event to three full days with over 30 hours of programming, panels, and speakers providing practical tips, networking opportunities, and live content. We are excited that a much wider audience can access our event than in the past and look forward to announcing more details about our keynote and featured speakers over the next few weeks.”

The Millennial Summit (or #MILLSUMMIT) is an interdisciplinary conference for young professionals, rising stars, innovators, and industry leaders to connect and grow. Attendees who virtually attend one or more days of the Summit will have the opportunity to hear from and interact with more than 80 unique speakers, who will be part of discussions in the areas of leadership, finance, advocacy, nonprofits, health and wellness, the arts, economic development, and entrepreneurship.

More information about the speakers, panel moderators, schedule, and tickets are available at millsummit.com.

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