Brian Solis is a principal analyst at Altimeter Group, a Prophet company. He is also an award-winning author, prominent blogger/writer, and keynote speaker.
A digital analyst, anthropologist, and futurist, Solis has studied and influenced the effects of emerging technology on business, marketing, and culture. His research and his books help executives, and also everyday people, better understand the relationship between the evolution of technology and its impact on business and society and also the role we each play in it. As a result of his work, Solis also helps leading brands, celebrities, and startups develop new digital transformation, culture 2.0, and innovation strategies and that enable businesses to adapt to new connected markets from the inside out.
A regular contributor to leading business and industry publications including Adage, Forbes, Wired, VentureBeat, , among others. Brian is also an official LinkedIn Influencer with over 500,000 people on Linkedin, Twitter and Facebook.Recent Articles
A sought-after speaker, Solis actively shares his vision and experiences to help organizations understand and embrace the dynamics defining the rise of digital transformation, innovation, connected consumerism and digital lifestyles.Read More
- Monty Hamilton, Digital Operations Director at Telstra
- Scott Jens, OD, FAAO, CEO, Rev360
– Nick Stein, SVP Marketing, Vision Critical
Chad Grenier, EVP Retail Marketing Services, Hunter Straker
Laura Stack, Corporate Event Manager, Dynatrace
Blossom Johnston, program officer, J.A. And Kathryn Albertson Family Foundation
Antonio Lucio, CMO, VISA
Tracey Mitchell, VP Marketing Communications, Oracle Utilities GBU
Jason Frazier, Chief Strategy Officer, Mason-McDuffie
Chris Stephens, Business Consultant, Planning & Initiatives, Revenue Management, Southwest
Several years ago as I was writing The End of Business as Usual, I researched how the customer journey was evolving. Specifically, I studied how tradi...
Did you know that employees and employee prospects judge the immediate and long-term potential of a company by their reliance on desktop phones? To so...
The team at Ode Management asked me to introductory video for their audience of event planners, speaker bureaus and agents. The topic was innovation a...
Disruptive technology is not just a commodity anymore; it has become a necessity. I recently met with Rilke Thomsen of Sleeknote to talk about how dis...
Customer experience (CX) is the new black and it is, for all intents and purposes, the catalyst for accelerated and purposeful digital transformation....
Guest post by Mark W. Schaefer (@markwschaefer) I hate the term “personal branding.” And yet, personal branding may be the salvation of corporate mark...
Published on Jan 7, 2016
Introducing the “26 Disruptive Technology Trends for 2016 – 2018.” In this report, we’ll explore some of the disruptive trends that are affecting pretty much everything over the next few years at least those that I’m following. It’s not just tech, though. The report is organized by socioeconomic and technological impact. Obviously, this is not an exhaustive list of every technology and societal trend bringing about disruption on planet Earth. What follows thought definitely affects the evolution of digital Darwinism, the evolution of society and technology and its impact on behavior, expectations and customs.
X explores why great products are no longer good enough to win with customers and why creative marketing and delightful customer service too are not enough to succeed. Brian shares why the future of business is experiential and how to create and cultivate meaningful experiences.
The End of Business As Usual examines each layer of the complex consumer revolution that is changing the future of business, media, and culture. As consumers further connect with one another, a vast and efficient information network takes shape and begins to steer experiences, decisions, and markets. It is nothing short of disruptive.
Where Business Meets Design… What’s the Future of Business explores in a fun, visual and insightful way how connected consumerism breaks down into Four Moments of Truth, the role of technology in decision-making, and how businesses need to create experiences that mean something in each stage and also spark engagement between consumers based on those experience.