Registration for the June Conference now open

Online registration is now available for “Find Your Future in Trends,” a dynamic one-day conference hosted by Gerald Celente and his Trends Research Institute. This unique symposium is designed to show participants how to identify, evaluate and act on emerging trends that directly affect them. 
Held at the institute’s historic facilities in Colonial Kingston on Saturday, June 6, this hands-on experience will showcase Celente’s unique Globalnomics method for forecasting trends. Celente and other experts will focus on essential trend lines in economics, geo-politics, health and entrepreneurism. In each of these categories, as well as a wrap-up session reviewing other emerging trends, participants will learn how to analyze the opportunities and risks to improve their lives. 
In particular, conference participants will learn how to use trend analyses to carve out strategies to prosper in a “politically stalemated, big box-dominated, over homogenized, merger-frantic world,” as Celente describes it. “Takeovers and backroom deals have created a rigged playing field for most, but new opportunities are emerging – and emerging strong – for those can identify them and jump on the potential. That’s what this conference is about.”

During the event, invited experts will augment Celente’s and institute analysts’ presentations with insightful, real-life examples of how identifying an emerging trend line can create unique and rewarding possibilities in a “big box-dominated” world.

In addition to formal sessions, institute conferences provide one-of-a-kind opportunities to interact directly with Celente, institute analysts and conference participants. Attendees should not expect a dry, predictable hotel setting. Conference activities take place in richly historic buildings surrounded by genuine American craftsmanship, wonderful art and dynamic, interesting people from all over the United States and several other countries.

During the June conference, breakfast and lunch will be served, and all participants are invited to a Hudson Valley spring evening of food, music, drink and conversation in the garden of the institute’s 1750 Franz Roggen house. 
The cost of the event is $400 for subscribers of and $550 for non-subscribers, including meals, music and entertainment. To register, visit this link, or call 845-331-3500, ext. 102, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m

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