The Internet of Things, the Consumer Electronics Show, World Cities Summit: These are themes for conferences I've become accustomed to.
But when I heard there's a Millennial conference coming to town, I wasn't sure what to think.
How does just the age of two billion people on earth warrant it's own conference?
The Millennial 20/20 Summit was a two day event in Singapore dedicated to next generation commerce. Even though it was the first of its kind to arrive in Asia, the event already took place in London earlier this year and is headed to New York next year.
The 1,500 attendees were made up of not just Millennials, of course, but GenX'ers and Baby Boomers were there too.
Its panels including, "From Intern to CEO," to "Innovation is Not for Adult," were centered around themes including fitness and travel. The event brought together people ranging from startup founders to executives of companies like Unilever and Mondelez International.
In true Millennial fashion, it even had its own award ceremony, honoring the best startups during a pitch event.