SAVE THE DATE FOR THE 2019 OTM USER CONFERENCE
When: August 4 - 7, 2019
Where: Loews Hotel - Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Keynote Speaker: Steve McClatchy
Steve McClatchy is a keynote speaker, workshop leader and author of the New York Times Bestseller Decide: Work Smarter, Reduce Your Stress & Lead by Example. Steve has spoken before thousands of audiences on the topics of leadership, performance, personal growth, and work/life engagement. His client list includes the NFL, Google, Pfizer, Microsoft, Disney, NBC Universal, Accenture, John Deere, Under Armour, Wells Fargo and Campbell’s Soup. He is a frequent guest lecturer at Harvard and Wharton. He has appeared on ABC, CBS, Fox News, NBC’s Today Show and has been quoted in The Wall Street Journal, Fast Company, Entrepreneur and Investor’s Business Daily. Steve’s passion is for continual improvement and believes that when we stop learning, gaining experience and achieving goals we stop living. Steve is best known for his passion, sense of humor and energetic personality. You will be captivated, motivated and truly inspired by his unique and practical approach to effectiveness and success.
Tuesday Evening Reception Venue: SPIN Philadelphia
In 2007, two best friends Jonathan Bricklin and Franck Raharinosy had a crazy idea—to get so good at ping pong that they could compete in the Olympics. So, they did what any future Olympian would obviously do—throw a party! The parties drew in an eccentric range of people from all walks of life, including Jimmy Buffett, Owen Wilson, Marty Reisman, 50 Cent and Salman Rushdie. The diversity of the crowd fueled the fun and vibrant energy that remains the essence of SPIN today.
Bricklin and Raharinosy joined forces with Andrew Gordon to launch SPIN, with the opening of its flagship location in New York City in summer of 2009. From that moment, SPIN has seen the growth of an iconic ping pong culture, lifestyle and movement, which has redefined the game to know no boundaries. It’s about having fun, not taking life too seriously, making connections and embracing contradictions.