Speaker Management That Cares
Our world-class speakers specialize in creating life-changing moments. They energize business leadership and inspire audiences into action. They share stories about disruptive innovation, advancing technologies, overcoming adversity, capturing markets, and adapting to the future. Your attendees will be treated to a special moment, and a new perspective on life, work, knowledge, and more.
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The Next Space Race Won’t Have Just One Winner
by Vivek Wadhwa Until January 3, 2019, no human being had ever set eyes on the “dark side” of the moon — the side always facing away from the Earth. It was a mystery. But no longer. China’s National Space Administration successfully landed a lunar lander, Chang’e-4, at South Pole-Aitken, the moon’s largest and deepest basin. […]Read more »
Come Clean When Things Go Wrong
The controversies involving Jeff Bezos and Ralph Northam show why building trust is important by Vivek Wadhwa Two notable Americans faced firestorms of criticism last week: A governor whose medical school yearbook page showed a racist image and a billionaire whose infidelity was exposed by a tabloid. The politician — Virginia governor Ralph Northam — […]Read more »
Artificial Intelligence: A Primer for Selecting Conference Keynote Speakers on the AI Topic
by Michael Humphrey In 1995, the internet exploded with the promise of e-commerce and the digitalization of information. The first keynote speakers talking about the internet were overwhelmingly IT scientists and technology futurists, sharing their insights as to WHAT the technology advancements were. But after a few years, the business experts emerged, showing WHY it […]Read more »
Could company “productivity policies” that regulate your email and meetings make you happier at work?
By Vivek Wadhwa and Alex Salkever One of the signature trends of technology in the Internet age has been the reversal of technology adoption flows. In the past, the copy machine, the fax, the mobile phone (before smartphones), and the personal computer all started as work tools and then moved into the consumer realm. With the […]Read more »