The Common Good Breakfast Series announced today that its October 30 event will feature a panel of experts discussing how baby boomers will change the senior market in Minnesota. “Navigating the Senior Bubble: Threats and Opportunities” will be held on Thursday, October 30, at the Hilton Minneapolis in downtown Minneapolis. Presented by Neuger Communications Group and PR for Good, the event will focus on how 65+ baby boomers are changing the way we look at the aging market.

The event will feature panelists Minnesota State Demographer Susan Brower, Janice Downing from CommonSense Consulting@Work, Carol Schleif of Abbot Downing, Eric Schubert of Ecumen and Kari Thurlow from Aging Services of Minnesota to offer diverse perspectives on the challenges and opportunities of the Senior Bubble in Minnesota. The program costs $40 with proceeds going to CommonBond Communities, a nonprofit provider of affordable housing with services. Registration and networking begins at 7:30 a.m., followed by the program from 8 to 9:30 a.m.

Who Should Go
Joanne Henry, executive vice president of Neuger Communications Group and panel facilitator, said, “Our October 30 event should be enlightening for anyone doing business in Minnesota and any organization providing services to the aging market. We’re grateful to our panelists, who are donating their time, and we’re very pleased to support CommonBond Communities with this program.”

Along with the October 30 program, upcoming dates have been announced through October 2015.

October 30, 2014 – Navigating the Senior Bubble: Threats and Opportunities
January 22, 2015 – Machine Rule: From the Internet of Things to Wearable Electronics
April 23, 2015 – Rethinking Energy ”’ New Paradigms
July 23, 2015 – Living Well ”’ Blue Zones or Arts and Culture
October 22, 2015 – Personalized Medicine

The series has a proud history of giving back to the community and offering business-networking opportunities. Past speakers include former Minnesota Governor Arne Carlson, Star Tribune business columnist Lee Schafer, MaryAnn Stump, chief innovation officer at Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Minnesota, Rob Zeaske, executive director at Second Harvest Heartland, and Daryoush Allaei, founder & CEO at SheerWind.

About the Common Good Breakfast Series
The Common Good Breakfast Series, presented by Neuger Communications Group and PR for Good, showcases innovative businesses and nonprofits that are taking uncommon actions to solve the challenges they face and to thrive. Our presenters are working for the common good, making the region a better place for all of us. In addition to offering intriguing presentations, the Common Good Breakfast Series contributes the event proceeds to the nonprofit organization featured at each event.

About Neuger Communications Group
Neuger Communications Group is a full-service, strategic communications firm, specializing in marketing communications and public relations. It serves clients in a wide array of industries, providing strategic communications solutions tailored to each client’s unique needs. Employing a complete range of tools and techniques, Neuger Communications Group is focused on integrating communications for all aspects of a client’s business. The company delivers extraordinary value to its clients through high-quality, results-oriented solutions that blend main street values with innovative and traditional methods to generate results for its clients – from brochures to websites and traditional media relations to social media.

About PR for Good
PR for Good, a division of Neuger Communications Group, helps create opportunities where the for-profit world and the not-for-profit world can tangibly benefit from each other. The PR for Good team understands the value of community investment for a company and how to leverage cause-related marketing to help corporations team up with nonprofit organizations to the betterment of both institutions. The PR for Good team is experienced with helping nonprofit organizations gain partnership status with corporations to more significantly achieve their stated missions.