Mount Clemens to Host One of Two National Purpose Summit 2020 Conferences in May

PurposePoint, a Mount Clemens-based human resources consulting company, is hosting one of its two national Purpose Summit 2020 conferences in its hometown from May 12-13, 2020. The other summit will take place in Los Angeles in September.
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Oakland University Macomb Center
Part of the Purpose Summit 2020 in Mount Clemens will take place at the Oakland University Macomb Center. // Photo courtesy of Oakland University

PurposePoint, a Mount Clemens-based human resources consulting company, is hosting one of its two national Purpose Summit 2020 conferences in its hometown from May 12-13, 2020. The other summit will take place in Los Angeles in September.

Purpose Summit is a conference designed to help organizations ignite engagement, drive performance, and bridge generations in their workforce.

The Purpose Summit 2020 in Mount Clemens is expected to attract more than 500 attendees. Events will be staged in the historic Emerald Theater, the Oakland University Macomb Center, and the Anton Art Center.

“We live in an unprecedented time where every organization is struggling to attract, retain, and develop talent, and talent is struggling to find a career they can see themselves in for the long haul,” says Davin Salvagno, founder and president of Mount Clemens-based PurposePoint. “The marketplace has shifted with the dawn of the purpose economy, the gig economy, and the experience economy. The Purpose Summit was designed to address this shift, helping both organizations and talent find their way forward.”

The second Purpose Summit in 2020 will be in Los Angeles at the Skirball Cultural Center Sept. 15-16. The first summit took place at Life Remodeled’s Durfee Innovation Society in Detroit in April.

“As a former professional athlete, I personally experienced what it means to find yourself all of a sudden in the middle of your career searching for a new sense of purpose,” says Kurt David, co-founder of PurposePoint. “Living without passion and purpose can be more dangerous than a lack of financial success. We created the Purpose Summit to help people find the answers to these questions and reignite the passion and purpose in their individual and organizational lives.”

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