4 Speakers To Think About For Your Meeting


Are you researching ideas for an upcoming event? We would love to introduce you to names and topics that are trending right clients now. Take a look at these 4 names for kick off meetings or board presentations:

Director Jim Clapper, America's former Director of National Intelligence

One of the most experienced intelligence speakers currently on the circuit, Director Clapper, having retired earlier this year, delivers insights into geopolitics and security draws on his very recent position at the top of the government. Director Clapper was in fact the man who delivered President Obama’s daily intelligence briefing each morning for the past 7 years.

Neil Jacobstein, Chairman of the Artificial Intelligence and Robotics Track at Singularity University

For an exciting and incredibly visual look at future trends, Neil is a top choice. His presentation on “The Power of Exponential Technology” looks at the latest tech breakthroughs as well as the applications of AI, robotics, and exponential change across industries. Think videos of robots doing backflips paired with insights on what this all means for your business.

Sarah Robb O’Hagan, CEO of Flywheel Sports, Former President of Gatorade, Former Nike GM

A disruption powerhouse, Sarah speaks passionately about disrupting your own business from the inside out. She’s known for transforming Gatorade from a declining sports drink company into a booming sports fuel company, and is the author of the new book Extreme You.

Dex Hunter-Torricke, former Head of Communications at SpaceX, Executive Communications Manager at Facebook, and Executive Speechwriter at Google

Dex shares incredible stories from his time working directly with the visionaries behind three of the world’s most innovative brands. He provides a personalized, high-level overview of the technology megatrends transforming business now plus his predictions for what will be important in the next 5 years.

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