Ian Siegel is a top technology and entrepreneur virtual keynote speaker and the co-founder and CEO of ZipRecruiter. Siegel has held leadership roles at several mid-level startups such as CitySearch, Stamps.com, Rent.com, and Pictage. He injects this entrepreneurial spirit into his audiences and leaves them with the tools to improve their bottom line.
These technology speakers have been hand selected by Robinson Speakers, because they all deliver keynote speeches that are outstanding. Listed in this category are the best technology speakers, writers and thinkers on the market, and we are proud to have them in our roster. We recommend all of these speakers to deliver a speech about technology trends, innovation, and how to transform your leadership. If you are looking for a technology speaker, look no further.
Dag Kittlaus is a top A.I. and Tech Entrepreneurial keynote speaker, serial entrepreneur, and co-founder and CEO of two digital assistant companies, Siri and Viv. Siri was later acquired by Apple 2010, and Viv was acquired by Samsung, forming the basis for the digital voice assistant Bixby. After Apple acquired Siri in 2010 Dag was the Director of iPhone Apps at Apple running the Siri and speech recognition teams.
Chris Kelly is a top business keynote speaker, Privacy and Security Expert, Employee 25 at Facebook, Sacramento Kings Owner, Angel Tech Investor, and Intellectual Property Lawyer. Chris is a Silicon Valley investor with a long track record of building innovative companies and making the Internet a safer place for kids and adults alike.
John Ellis is a top technology and futurist virtual keynote speaker, best-selling author, software expert, and former Head of the Ford Developer Program with Ford Motor Company. His work in the field inspired the book The Zero Dollar Car: How the Revolution in Big Data will Change Your Life, a #1 Amazon Best Seller (Auto Industry Book. For the past 19 years, he has been the managing director of the industry consultant firm Ellis & Associates.
Risha Grant is a top diversity and inclusion keynote speaker, founder & CEO of Risha Grant LLC, an award-winning diversity consulting and communications firm, and author of That’s BS! How Bias Synapse Disrupts Inclusive Cultures. Through her interactive keynotes and deep-dive training sessions, Risha teaches and empowers attendees with D&I tools to increase their bottom line.
Tan Le is a top innovation and business keynote speaker, technology entrepreneur, author, and founder and CEO of EMOTIV. She is one of the most influential pioneers in the emerging field of brain-computer interface. She has won numerous awards, including Young Australian of the Year in 1998, Australia’s 30 Most Successful Women Under 30, Most Influential Women in Technology by Fast Company in 2010, and Forbes 50 Names You Need to Know in 2011.
Dirk Ahlborn is a top innovation keynote speaker and the founder and CEO of JumpStarter Inc. Dirk has spoken about innovation, the future of transport, and the future of building companies in the internet age at 80+ conferences worldwide.
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.
Erica is Executive Vice President & Chief Operating Officer of The Future Hunters, one of the world’s leading futurist consulting firms.
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.
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.
Steve Wozniak is a Silicon Valley icon and philanthropist. He helped shape the computing industry with his design of Apple’s first line of products the Apple I and II and influenced the popular Macintosh. Essentially he was the electrical engineer behind Apple, and was partners with Steve Jobs.
Brought to you in partnership with CAA, Gary Vaynerchuk is the 35 year old “King of Social Media.” Vaynerchuk is one of the first Facebook users that maxed-out his friend limit, with over 17,000 requests pending. He also has close to a million followers on Twitter and was included in Business Week’s list of the top 20 people every entrepreneur should follow.
A native of Stockholm, Tegmark left Sweden in 1990 after receiving his B.Sc. in Physics from the Royal Institute of Technology (he’d earned a B.A. in Economics the previous year at the Stockholm School of Economics). His first academic venture beyond Scandinavia brought him to California, where he studied physics at the University of California, Berkeley, earning his M.A. in 1992, and Ph.D. in 1994.
Andreas Ekström is a futurist and commentator on digital revolution. His passion is to educate for digital equality and he aims to understand the companies and behaviours that have become culturally, technologically and commercially drivers of change at all levels of society. Andreas wants to see a world in which we share the wealth – not only financially, but also in terms of knowledge and influence.
Xenia Tchoumi is a digital entrepreneur, fashion influencer, and an internet branding sensation based in London.
Xenia’s social media and web magazine now produces daily content that is read by over 7.4 million fans. On Instagram, she is highly paid by some of the world’s leading fashion brands to flaunt their products to her 1.4 million followers.
Sean is a Physicist, decathlete, political advisor, and TED fellow. He is originally from New Zealand where he ran for national elected office and helped start New Zealand’s first nanotech company. Sean studied at Oxford as a Rhodes Scholar where he received a PhD for his research on the mathematical patterns that underlie modern war.
Jeremy is a General Partner at Spark Capital focusing on growth investments. Prior to joining Spark in 2014, Jeremy spent most of his career as an entrepreneur and in operating roles. He co-founded ecorp and helped build it into a leading, publicly traded Australian internet company. Subsequently, he was executive vice president at News Corporation in New York, focusing on digital strategy and acquisitions.
As managing director of A.T. Kearney’s Global Business Policy Council, Erik Peterson stands at the intersection of business and policy. “We’re in the midst of simultaneous and systemic change at a number of levels—geopolitical, social, economic, technology—all of which are critical to the future of business,” Erik says. “Especially now, we’re all in a race to a highly uncertain and tumultuous future filled with profound opportunities and threats.”