Join us at the sixth annual Entrata Summit this September! Learn from an incredible lineup of industry experts and world-renowned business game changers. We'll cover a wide range of topics including: accounting, resident management, marketing, home automation, resident retention, leasing workflows, and much more. Participants will enjoy round-table workshops and learning zones, the user lab, and networking activities in and around the beautiful Stein Eriksen Lodge in Park City, UT.
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A strategic marketing professional with 15+ years of experience in global marketing, Omar Johnson led brand marketing and advertising at Beat Electronics. His efforts helped make Beats the headphones of choice for top musicians and athletes, cementing the brand as a category leader around the world. His previous experience includes leading marketing programs for household brands like Nike, Coca-Cola, and Campbell Soup.
Executive, entrepreneur, and best-selling author, Peter Guber's career has been fueled by curiosity and personal reinvention. He has applied strategic and operational experiences across various industries as a film producer, studio head, TV personality, and professional sports team owner. He is an owner of the Golden State Warriors and LA Dodgers and currently serves as Chairman and CEO of Mandalay Entertainment Group.
Researcher and executive advisor Liz Wiseman teaches leadership to executives around the world. She is a bestselling author and CEO of the Wiseman Group, a leadership research and development firm. Her research in the field of leadership and collective intelligence has led to regular contributions to business and leadership journals, including Harvard Business Review and Fortune. She is also a frequent guest lecturer at Stanford University and BYU.
What is a Dance Psychologist anyway? A former professional dancer, Dr. Peter Lovatt now holds the academic post of Reader and Principal Lecturer in Psychology at the University of Hertforshire where he runs the Dance Psychology Lab and researches the impact of social dance on people with Parkinson's disease. He frequently shares his findings, along with a bit of fabulous choreography, in speaking opportunities worldwide, including five TED talks.