The beginning of the year is always a good time to take stock of our dreams – those from the past, and those of the future. Jeremy Cage believes that most businesses and most people die full of potential. He is determined not to be one of them, and doesn't want you to be either! One of the biggest obstacles confronting many people and organizations is that they dream vaguely but dread specifically. Jeremy passionately believes that flipping that on its head is the critical first step in the action plan for your dreams and goals. In 2007/2008, while in the midst of a highly successful career, Jeremy took a 16-month sabbatical to fulfill his dream of sailing around the world with his wife and their two young children. They sailed the Mediterranean, Atlantic, Caribbean, and Pacific, then spent five months sailing through the islands of the South Pacific and Australia. Jeremy shares the lessons from his career and his sailing adventures in a powerful, motivating presentation that will challenge you to unleash the full potential of both your business and your personal life. His mission is to equip you with the tools you need to set sail to wherever your dreams may take you.
6:00 pm - 6:30 pm - Mingling Reception
6:30 pm - 7:30 pm - Presentation
CEO Trustee Jeremy Cage, President of The Cage Group
Jeremy Cage spent the first 16 years of his career at Procter & Gamble, where he had a strong international focus – living and working Scandinavia, England, Venezuela, Brazil and the US. He spent the next ten years of his career at PepsiCo as VP Marketing and Business Unit Head of Sabritas in Mexico, CMO of PepsiCo International Foods, SVP of Innovation & Insights for North American Beverages, and finally SVP of the $30B Global Snacks Group.
Following PepsiCo, Jeremy served as CEO of the lighting technology company, Lighting Science Group.
He is currently President of The Cage Group, a firm that provides strategy, marketing, and innovation solutions to help companies and organizations unleash their full potential. Clients include Campbell's, Shell, Cigna, PepsiCo, Raisio, McGraw Hill, JD Power, and Standard & Poors.