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2018's Buzziest Tech Speakers

Technology speakers 2018 events

Are you looking for tech speakers who can discuss things like bitcoin, blockchain, AI, and cyber? Need a speaker who can provide valued insight on a hot topic while entertaining and exciting audiences about the future?

If this is a topic your group is thinking about this year, here’s some information about 3 of the more popular speakers we’re working with now in this category: 

  • Mike Steep, Executive Director of Stanford’s Center for Disruptive Technology and Digital Cities, former SVP of Global Business Operations at PARC

    Organizations that are focused on the question “What can I do now to get ahead of disruptive technologies?” should take a good look at Mike Steep. Steep formerly led PARC’s global business operations, where he helped companies including BMW, Google, and P&G leverage technology to deliver new products. Now, he heads up a center at Stanford devoted to understanding and predicting the effects of new technologies on society and businesses. His speech is a blend of insight and practical examples, and he has received rave reviews from high-level clients to date.
  • Greg Williams, Editor-in-Chief of Wired magazine

    A global authority on technology trends, Greg regularly meets with the biggest names and rising stars of the technology industry. In presentations he synthesizes the opportunities and threats posed by issues including AI, big data and the Internet of Things. Emphasizing the scale and seriousness of the digital challenge faced by all companies, Greg is also able to discuss cybersecurity, winning in digital commerce, and new business models for a digital age.
  • Paul Zikopoulos, Award-Winning Author, Speaker, Future Trends Expert, and VP of Big Data and Cognitive Systems at IBM

    In his presentations, IBM’s data expert talks about how we got to a place where Facebook is the biggest media company but creates no content, Uber is the largest taxi service but owns no cars, and AirBnB is one of the most popular places to book a place to stay but owns no buildings—and why this all means data is the new competitive advantage. In a high-energy presentation filled with on-stage demonstrations, Paul shares future trends that are starting to happen in real-time and have multiple applications.

To learn more about these speakers, or to check their availability and fees for an upcoming event or meeting, call us at 1-800-SPEAKER or live chat with a member of our team right now.

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