Co-Founder, Quest Nutrition. Co-Founder and CEO, Impact Theory
Speaker Brian Solis was among the first thought leaders to proclaim the power of social media and customer experience management. A celebrated author, executive, and consultant to the stars, Solis helps clients build bottom-line success through emerging models of community. Events devoted to the practical, measurable impact of social media and CXM turn to Solis for galvanizing keynote speeches.
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Futurist, digital anthropologist, and customer experience speaker Brian Solis helps organizations stay on the cutting edge. An extraordinary public speaker, Brian Solis continues to blaze a trail to a more connected economy.
As Global Innovation Evangelist at Salesforce, Brian Solis has established himself as a thought leader on CX and digital transformation. His bestselling books and lauded keynote addresses help companies and individuals embrace the challenges and opportunities of the digital economy.
His first book, Now is Gone, was a clarion call for businesses hesitant to explore social media. Solis deepened his examination of social media’s business potential with Engage!, which tied social media strategies to traditional KPIs.
Subsequent books include X: The Experience When Business Meets Design, What’s the Future of Business and The End of Business as Usual. Solis then turned his attention to lifehacking with Lifescale: How to Live a More Creative, Productive, and Happy Life.
Millions have benefitted from Solis’s books, and hundreds of brands have sought his expert insights on cultivating customer relationships. Additionally, he helps companies of all sizes and individuals from all backgrounds utilize existing social markets and develop their own. Celebrities including Oprah Winfrey, Shaquille O’Neal, and also Ashton Kutcher have sought his advice on their personal brands.
A quarter million social-media followers enjoy Solis’s keen insights and endlessly motivating observations. He is also a regular contributor to the Harvard Business Review, Adweek, and other leading publications.
In this keynote speech, renowned futurist and Global Innovation Evangelist at Salesforce Brian Solis will talk about the state and future of digital transformation and how it’s changing businesses at the very core.
Introducing Generation-C: See the world through the eyes of modern customers. Meet Generation C, your connected customer and why Millennials and kids aren’t the only customers changing the world.
Before every game-changing idea or every incredible story of innovation, there are moments that set the stage for greatness. Brian shares life lessons from being on the front lines of Silicon Valley for 20 years and the common steps that lead to personal transformation and ultimately ideation and innovation.
Cultivating a Culture of Innovation: Now’s the time for Culture 2.0 and a new era of leadership (over management). Learn about the 12 pillars of innovation and how companies are investing in new cultures to nurture innovation internally.
Robots Need Not Apply: How to design the future workforce. Workforces and intellectual capital are aging. New expertise is in demand. AI and RPA (robotic process automation) are taking jobs. Learn how to identify and train/hire for the jobs of the future.
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