The OnTrendpreneur™: A unique Trends retreat

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Whether you own a business or want to start one, or whether you want to expand your professional reach or are considering a career change, you'll want to follow the trend lines that will affect your decisions. 

Times are rapidly changing and market opportunities are swiftly shifting. What sells today and what seems a promising profession may rapidly decline in value in this new millennial landscape.

To help ensure your success, be part of an exciting, empowering two-day retreat this summer led by global forecaster Gerald Celente and his Trends Research Institute team. It is designed to help you become an Ontrendpreneur - a savvy, innovative entrepreneur seizing the vast opportunities that the Big Box, merger/acquisition-crazed world missed or nixed.

Taking place in richly historic Colonial Kingston, New York, in the institute's magnificent 1774 Academy, Celente and other speakers will identify investment, product and service market gaps. Held Friday and Saturday, July 22-23, The Ontrendpreneur™ retreat is expected to be the institute's most unique, useful and fun event yet. Participants will learn the trend-tracking tools they need to seize their "Golden Opportunities."

"Golden Opportunities abound in 2016," the institute forecast in the winter edition of the Trends Journal, "...and they will be seized by innovative thinkers who identify the specific products, services or experiences vacuumed out by corporate takeovers."

Among the speakers are Max Keiser and Stacy Herbert of RT's Keiser Report.

The cost is $600 and unlike other recent retreats, this unique event will not be made available afterward on video.

What to expect?

Presentations, group discussions and Q&A sessions will explore not only how profit can be made, but how being an Ontrendpreneur can be self-rewarding, driven by an open heart and strong sense of community.

Institute retreats attract creative, engaged participants from all over the world. Hundreds of subscribers - many of them return participants - have come to Kingston to learn and be inspired. And while they're at it, they enjoy wonderful company, great food and music, and the world-class historic and cultural riches of Kingston and the surrounding Hudson River Valley.

REGISTER TODAY: You can register for $600 by calling the institute Monday through Friday, from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., at 845-331-3500. This fee is non-refundable. Registration covers all seminar costs, meals and entertainment; participants are responsible for their lodging and transportation. Once registered, participants receive regular updates on the program, planned activities, events in the region and more. Call 845-331-3500 weekdays.