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IEEE Industry Executives Event Features Keynote Speaker Brian Solis

IEEE Industry Executives Event Features Keynote Speaker Brian Solis

IEEE is convening an exclusive industry executives event, bringing together technology and industry leaders to discuss technological challenges the world is facing. IEEE, the world’s largest technical professional organization, is bringing together some of the world’s foremost leaders in the tech world for an intimate networking dinner, to discuss some of the pressing technological challenges the world is facing. Brian is so excited to share his ideas and research with the prestigious IEEE leadership community.

Readwrite Names Brian Solis as a ‘The Top Futurist Speakers To Have At Your Conference’

Readwrite Names Brian Solis as a ‘The Top Futurist Speakers To Have At Your Conference’

In an article on Readwrite by Brett Anderson, Solis is named as one of the 50 Best Futurists that speak at significant tech events.  Anderson writes, “No one knows precisely what the future will bring, but some people seem to have their finger on the pulse of tomorrow more than others. These individuals’ ability to see what’s coming next makes them high-demand for tech conferences and events all over the world. Futurist speakers keep their eye on technology, stay ahead…

An Honest Review: Bose Frames, Bose Sleepbuds and Bose Soundwear Companion

An Honest Review: Bose Frames, Bose Sleepbuds and Bose Soundwear Companion

Every now and then, I dust off my tech chops to review products that add value to my world. In this case, it’s three unique Bose products purchased independently to meet the needs of three distinct (and unforeseen) scenarios. I explain in the video. Bose Frames 🕶️ (sunglasses with built-in speakers). Bose Sleepbuds 🎧 (noise-masking in-ear sleep aids). Bose Soundwear Companion 🔊 (wearable neck speakers). p.s. the electric scooter I mention as a catalyst for the Bose Frames purchase is…

Evolving customer behavior gives retailers insight into innovation priorities

Evolving customer behavior gives retailers insight into innovation priorities

“Innovation starts with understanding who people are becoming, because in there are the insights into how they shop and why.” – Brian Solis, principal analyst at Altimeter Group Not too long ago, I had the opportunity to present my vision for retail innovation and shopper experience at “The Summit” hosted by AT&T in Dallas. Following the event, the AT&T Editorial Team, published a written summary and also a video highlight reel of my talk. I wanted to share them with…

We keep talking about Millennials and Centennials, let’s just talk about human beings first and go from there

We keep talking about Millennials and Centennials, let’s just talk about human beings first and go from there

It’s my job to study how people, you and me, are changing as a result of our relationship with technology. It’s also my job to then reverse-engineer those insights into opportunities for innovation. There are immediate areas of where human-centered design can solve problems you are facing right now. There are many more areas where human-centered innovation and iteration can help you create competitive and critical opportunities for the future. Everything from customer experience (CX) and employee experience (EX) to…

The Future of Experience Design

The Future of Experience Design

It’s amazing to me how many companies still don’t “see” the customer when it comes to customer experience. While everyone talks about Customer Experience (CX) as the new black, most companies miss the real opportunity to be customer-centric. They don’t actually think about experiences from the perspective of the people they want to reach. Customers are evolving. Business processes and mindsets are not keeping up. As a result, they’re limited in the ability to design experiences that matter to an…

Speaking Topics for 2016: Business (R)evolution, Culture 2.0, Innovation, Experience, Digital, WTF

Speaking Topics for 2016: Business (R)evolution, Culture 2.0, Innovation, Experience, Digital, WTF

I’ve been speaking professionally for just over 10 years and I’ve learned many things along the way. One lesson though stands at the top, which is no matter how much I think I know, I must always keep learning.  Like everyone and everything, I must compete for relevance now and in the future by re-thinking and re-imagining my purpose and the value I hope offer others. So, once a year, I take time to reflect on what’s important and also…

Pardon My Bluntness, The Future of Marketing is Screwed…But It Doesn’t Have To Be

Pardon My Bluntness, The Future of Marketing is Screwed…But It Doesn’t Have To Be

The Adobe Summit in London is a pretty special event to me. A big part of it of course has to do with its location. I adore London and all of my friends, and those I’ve yet to meet, make the trip special each time. The other reason is that Adobe’s platform reaches EMEA and thus helps marketers who are pushing for change on a global scale. To prepare for the event, the team at CMO.com asked me to share…

Gauntlet Toss or Clarion Call: Women, it’s time to step up

Guest post by Cathy Brooks: Follow her on Twitter | Read her blog Source Imagine this scenario. It’s election time and you find yourself engaged in a heated debate with someone about a particular candidate. Fairly foaming at the mouth, this individual rails on about lousy legislators. Then you find out this person is eligible to be but is not registered to vote. Now I don’t know about you, but I’m of a mind that if you don’t register to…

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