Save the Date: March 2015
March is National Women's History Month and this year's theme, according to the National Women's History Project, is "Weaving the Stories of Women's Lives."
The Economist hosts two important events in March. With the theme of "The Age of the Entrepreneurial CMO," The Big Rethink 2015 (March 5) event convenes senior marketing executives, thought leaders, innovators and entrepreneurs in New York to share actionable insights on winning in today's global market. Then at Innovation Forum 2015 (March 26) in Chicago, The Economist convenes and facilitates conversations amongst Fortune 500 CEOs, policymakers and entrepreneurs on the topic of "how exponential technologies, frugal engineering and radical business models are disrupting top industries."
Set your alarm to "spring forward" an hour on March 8 and be prepared to lose an hour of sleep.
Gorkana continues its "Connects" series with an "exclusive briefing with members of The Wall Street Journal Law Team on March 11."
Interested in learning more about marketing to millenials? Yum! Brands shares its playbook on March 17 via a webcast. Register here.
Not to be outdone by The Economist, The Wall Street Journal hosts its ECO:nomics on March 25-27 in Santa Barbara with the theme of "Creating Environmental Capital."
Bookmark these non-fiction book launches in March: The Great Beanie Baby Bubble: Mass Delusion and the Dark Side of Cute by Zac Bissonnette (March 3), The Brand Within: The Power of Branding From Birth to the Boardroom by Daymond John (March 17), and Do the KIND Thing: Think Boundlessly, Work Purposefully, Live Passionately by Daniel Lubetzky (March 31).
Other important, if not quirky, events to take place in the month of March include International Women's Day (March 8), National Pi Day (March 14), Freedom of Information Day (March 16), St. Patrick's Day (March 17), International Earth Day (March 20), and National Mom and Pop Business Owners Day (March 29). You can get a complete listing here.