30 years experience in brandbuilding, marketing and entrepreneurialism. Educated at Somerville College, Oxford. Perfect to address leadership and inventing the future across all business sectors.
Janine di Giovanni is one of Europe’s most respected and experienced journalists, with vast experience covering war and conflict. Her reporting has been called “established, accomplished brilliance” and she has been cited as “the finest foreign correspondent of our generation”.
Shefali Tsabary, Ph.D., received her doctorate in Clinical Psychology from Columbia University, New York. Dr. Shefali was exposed to Eastern philosophy at an early age and integrates its teachings with Western psychology. It is this blend of East and West that allows her to reach a global audience, and establishes her as one of a kind in the field of mindfulness psychology.
Carbon emissions are hidden in virtually everything we consume. To save the planet, we’ll need radical accountability—and the courage to look beyond the usual suspects.
Jon Gordon brings deep insights about corporate leadership, business culture, and how to turn an organization into team with a vision and purpose to own the future.
Welcome to the future. “Virtual Events” and becoming a “Virtual Speaker” are the future of your business, so you must accept this or risk being out of work.
Could working from home be a fixture? The long-term solution? There are some tricks you must know in order to work from home effectively. This includes getting fighting fit, dressing well, being highly productive and a time management ninja.
Jamie Metzl is a Senior Fellow of the Atlantic Council. He previously served as Executive Vice President of the Asia Society, Deputy Staff Director of the U.S. Senate Foreign Relations Committee, Senior Coordinator for International Public Information at the U.S. State Department, Director for Multilateral Affairs on the National Security Council.
Mike Walsh is a leading authority on emerging technologies and markets. Technology’s future is an essential subject for investors and businesses, and Mike Walsh provides a front-row seat.
Gabe Zichermann is an entrepreneur, author, public speaker, mentor and teacher who is best-known for his work in Gamification. His new project focuses on the 4th Industrial Revolution and the Future of Work
Keynote speaker Peter Haas, a Yale graduate from Rhode Island, is a leading voice in Artificial Intelligence, delivering speeches that are nothing short of fascinating.
Amy Henry is a born-and-bred Texan and a formidable businesswoman who has spent the past 10 years working for leading technology companies across the United States.
Aaron Dignan brings deep insights about the digital forces disrupting decades of tradition, changing the game for corporations. Consulting clients include GE, Pepsico, Ford, Virgin, Inbev.
Stefan Sagmeister is a New York-based graphic designer and typographer who is best known for his album covers, posters and his uniquely packaged and designed books. He has designed album covers for Lou Reed, OK Go, The Rolling Stones, David Byrne, Aerosmith and Pat Metheny.
Keynote speaker Mike Walsh discusses how the hospitality industry will change in the future. The history of technology is littered with buzzwords—but while innovations like artificial intelligence may get a lot of hype, they do also promise to alter the environments in which we live and work.
Mark has made a living achieving the unfathomable: crossing the intersection of danger and excitement. He knows all too well the crippling grasp of fear.
Booking a fantastic closing keynote speaker for your event can seem daunting when you’re starting your search. The trick to pinpointing the right closure is understanding not only what your audience wants to hear, but also finding a keynote speaker with the correct energy.
Early on at Netflix, I spent ridiculous amounts of time convincing all the DVD player manufacturers (Sony, Toshiba, Panasonic, et al) to include a coupon good for three free rentals in their boxes.
José Morey, M.D., is a health and technology keynote speaker and a consultant for NASA, IBM, Hyperloop Transportation, and Liberty Bio Security. His talks focus on the future of health and medicine in terms of emerging technologies, such as Artificial Intelligence.
Marketing your conference or event is a lot of work. Here are some tips and a plan of action to start selling tickets, on boarding sponsors and making sure your next event is a big success.
Getting the most from your keynote speaker after your conference or event is not a difficult task, but it requires an organized marketing approach and a distillation of the keynote speech to sent to your audience. Here’s a few pointers on how to do that.