The Prestige Conference inspires business change

Leveling up

Inflection points in business happen as a result of conversations, education or re-evaluation of business needs. An ah-ha moment or pivot can send you down a new road to better business results, a path to a more effective strategy, or a new way of looking at an old problem.

Often, you only discover inflection points in retrospect; it’s easy to get pre-occupied with the details of change rather than evaluating the change itself. The right inflection point can lead to future success. It’s quite possible participants in the Prestige Conference in Minneapolis will look back on this year’s event as one of those moments when the knowledge they gained helped to accelerate their progress toward success, or helped inspire a pivot in the evolution of their business or personal brand.

Great conferences are designed to inspire and help attendees push their limits and, in doing so, reach a higher level of achievement or business results. Prestige Conference hit the nail squarely on the head — and GoDaddy was proud to be a sponsor.

Jennifer Bourn at Prestige Conference
Jennifer Bourn leads a branding workshop at Prestige.

What Kiko, Josh, Britt and Jen are building is a thoughtful, safe place for business leaders and change-makers to collaborate and level-up by sharing what they’ve learned on their journeys through business and life. Those lucky enough to attend in person or via livestream get the chance to tap into those conversations to improve their own ventures.

If you didn’t get in on the livestream, and didn’t attend the event, I strongly recommend that you check out the archive of past videos. Yes, it costs a few bucks, but in my opinion, what you’re getting in value is worth many times what you’re paying for it. Your gain.

Check out more pictures from the event here.


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Mendel Kurland
Hey there, I’m Mendel, an intrapreneurial change-maker, developer, speaker, and teacher. I love the outdoors, so you’ll usually find me hittin’ the trails between tech events and code-slinging. I’ve also usually got my nose in a cup of single origin, Chemex-brewed coffee. As a GoDaddy Evangelist, I spend most of my time hanging out with developers, designers, entrepreneurs, and creative people all around the world to make sure their opinions and suggestions are heard.