This month’s WIN Breakfast Meeting is Friday, May 19, and will be held in the Capri Ballroom of the Peppermill Casino Resort Spa. Note that this event is a week early due to Memorial Day weekend.
The buffet opens at 7 a.m., with the program running from 7:30 a.m. to 9 a.m. The entrance fee is $30 for non-members and $15 for members who do not have the Pre-Paid membership. Tickets will be available for online purchase the month of the event, OR attendees can pay at the door.
This month’s Breakfast Sponsor is:
This month WIN presents:
Paul Ten Haken, ‘Life After Google Glass and the Future of Wearables’
With Google Glass all but gone (for the time being) and one-third of fitness trackers going unused after six months, what does the future of wearables look like in healthcare? While many wearable devices remain in exploratory phases, many others are being used daily to provide a treasure trove of data to clinicians, marketers and healthcare organizations. Where exactly are wearables headed in healthcare, and why should marketers care? In this interactive talk, Paul will provide an overview of the evolution of the wearables landscape, what emerging technologies have the potential to dramatically impact drive patient care and why digital marketers need to embrace this evolution. Paul will talk about the healthcare wearables that dominated this year’s Consumer Electronics Show (CES) and how these are bringing actionable data to clinicians and marketers in real-time.
About Paul Ten Haken: For years, Paul has been a go-to guy for various media outlets looking to further understand the role that web technology plays in everyday life. He started in digital media at the dawn of the dot-com boom and then spent several years in high-level roles in the corporate sector, gaining experience in business, marketing, and management.
Since launching Click Rain in 2008, Paul’s achievements have been nothing less than impressive. His thought leadership in the digital space earned him a spot in the Google Glass Explorers program, as well as recognition from Tumblr, EntrepreneurMagazine, and the BBC. However, his greatest professional success is in building a company that is steadily awarded for its positive workplace culture.
He is the proud founder of the Dispatch Project, a group dedicated to providing overseas service opportunities to business people. He’s a respected leader in the community and credits his faith for much of what he defines as success.
Paul is also an accomplished obstacle course racing competitor and IRONMAN finisher who participates in events across the country. Currently sponsored by Hammer Strength Apparel, Powerful Yogurt, and Oral I.V., his latest accomplishment was competing on NBC’s primetime hit “Spartan: Ultimate Team Challenge.”