5 Trailblazing Women Talk Female Empowerment in the Workplace

With 74.6 million working women in the United States today, it’s no surprise that companies are looking for the best ways to empower their female employees to succeed. Women’s participation in the workforce has climbed to a staggering 56.8%, and the proportion of women with college degrees in the labor force has almost quadrupled since 1970.



But despite these huge gains, women are still underrepresented in high-earning STEM fields and in top-level management positions across the board. So, how do we close the gap? Some of the leading female business and empowerment speakers weigh in:

“Take control of the narrative.”
 – Lisa Copeland

Named among the Top 100 Women in the Automotive Industry, Lisa Copeland has been a trailblazer in the automotive and financial services industries with over 25 years of proven success. As a former award-winning automobile dealer, Lisa not only crushed world sales records- she broke a few glass ceilings along the journey. One of her tips for success? Make sure you’re the one telling your story. “When it comes to you, your career, and your life, you’ve got to control the narrative- or somebody else will,” she warns. “Make it known what you stand for within your organization – and not just as an organization – but what you stand for personally.”


“One size does not fit all.”
Sallie Krawcheck

Financial feminist Sallie Krawcheck is historically the most senior woman on Wall Street. This former CEO of Merrill Lynch Wealth Management, Barney, US Trust, Citi Private Bank, and Sanford Bernstein has a message for businesses about the reality of their female employees’ lives. “I would propose a new way of thinking that recognizes there are differences between men and women – One size does not fit all.”

The key to empowering women, she says, is flexibility. 60% of working women with children say they want flexible hours and the option to work remotely. “Companies would rather have a happy, engaged, energized employee for 30 hours a week than a distracted, worried employee for 60 hours a week… which is what we have now. That can keep many more women economically engaged today than is the case. And with more women staying engaged, more women can make it to the top.”

“Lead with love.”
Dr. Bertice Berry

Dr. Bertice Berry, a sociologist, talk-show host, author, comedian, and mother, believes in the power of positive energy. She specifically addresses women in leadership with a message to help them pave the way to success for their greener female colleagues: “As you move up, and you take these positions of power and authority, and you lead other women… do not treat them the way we were treated along the way.” Through stories of her life experiences, Dr. Berry uses laughter to help her audiences build the skills for optimum life-work harmony, which is crucial to women’s success. She urges today’s business leaders to “Lead with love, and joy, and laughter and happiness.”


“Confidence matters almost as much as competence.”
Katty Kay

“Women tend to routinely underestimate their abilities,” says Katty Kay, lead anchor for BBC World News America. The challenges of juggling a demanding career and a family with four children led her to speak and write on the power of confidence. “Women keep telling themselves that something else accounts for their success.” The key to building a career, Kay tells women, is to be confident in your strengths. “If you don’t raise your hand in that meeting, or go for that promotion, or go for that job application- then you’re never giving yourself a chance to succeed.”


“Mentor someone different.”
Yassmin Abdel-Magied

“We have to look past our unconscious bias,” says Yassmin Abdel-Magied, a mechanical engineer, social advocate, and writer who knows all about breaking barriers in the workplace. This young and accomplished Australian advocates for the empowerment of youth, women, and those from diverse backgrounds. “Find someone to mentor that’s at the opposite end of your spectrum.” Mentorship, she believes, is the path towards empowerment. “People are not born with equal opportunities. Opening up your world will make you realize that you have access to doors that they didn’t even know existed… And you didn’t even know they didn’t have.”

For more information on how you can bring the top speakers on women’s empowerment to one of your events, check out www.eaglestalent.com or call our office at 1.800.345.5607.

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Lessons From Spotify’s Latest Partnership

In an industry built on trends and fads it’s no surprise that the traditional route to releasing an album has gone the way of the dinosaurs. The soundtrack album, which once was a music industry staple may soon receive a much needed digital-age facelift thanks to Spotify. The streaming giant, known for its popular music playlists which can attract up to 10 million followers, has partnered with film studios in an effort to change the way consumers listen to movie soundtracks. Rather than release an official soundtrack album, Spotify will create playlists for films which in some cases may require no extra licensing for songs.


This is not the first time we’ve seen big-budget studios partnering with streaming services. So this raises the question: From a branding standpoint, how important is it for companies to partner and cross-promote?


World-renowned entrepreneur and Keynote Speaker Johnny “Cupcakes” Earle turned his t-shirt company into a multi-million dollar business by partnering with several iconic pop-culture figures and brands of the past century. He believes that collaboration and brand partnership can act as a key influencer in the successful reinvention of a company’s brand.


“I think collaboration is important with every type of business because you can put your resources and creative thinking together and trade customers that you can have for the rest of your life.” – Johnny Earle


For example, a streaming service like Spotify will ultimately benefit from cross-promotion–by sending fans of the film to the app, this will draw new users to Spotify and increase the number of playlist streams. These are just a few of the ways a brand can benefit from partnerships!


Connect with Eagles Talent for your next event, and we can help match you with Branding & Advertising Speakers, who will help your organization develop and maintain professional partnerships in their industry.

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How to Avoid Sears’ Mistakes

Sears — the 125-year-old company, filed for Chapter 11 Bankruptcy early Monday morning, after dominating American retailing for much of the 20th century. It owes its lenders and bondholders more than $5 billion and interest payments alone are costing the retailer $440 million a year. The bankruptcy filing came before Sears was required to repay $134 million in loans by October 15, 2018.



Massive layoffs, store closings, and going out of business sales, are on the horizon for this former retail giant. But before we celebrate picking through the bones of another failing company, we should keep in mind Sears employs nearly 90,000 people in the US — who will soon be out of a job.


The collapse of Sears did not happen over night, it happened over time. The company has suffered along with many other traditional retailers, from rising online competition from firms such as Amazon. Chronic under-investment in the company’s physical stores, were one of the most noticeable mistakes, but there have been several. Even their 2004 merger with Kmart couldn’t save them, annual revenues continued to fall and Sears lost 49% of their equity.


Q: Could this have been prevented?




Futurist keynote speakers— like those featured on our site, can help predict trends, for every industry. They specialize in helping organizations- like Sears, be prepared for the future. They follow trends to make predictions in technology & the economy, as well as creating solid business strategies.


So instead of just managing your current business, get your group looking forward to opportunities and anticipating the ever-changing business climate. Consider these speakers for either a keynote presentation or a breakout session.

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Alex Sheen in 30 Seconds!

Alex Sheen is a keynote Speaker and advocate for humanitarian efforts. He is also the founder of “Because I said I would” – an international social movement named after the title of his father’s eulogy.

Sheen’s father died of small cell lung cancer on September 4, 2012. His father was a man of his word, so Sheen titled his father’s eulogy “because I said I would.” Inspiring millions around the world to keep their promises, the movement began with handwritten promise cards, sent to show commitment and honor.


Today’s Tip: Book Alex Sheen!


‘Because I said I would” has distributed over 3.15 million promise cards to over 153 countries around the world, by request. Additionally, Alex has volunteered at different nonprofits for 52 weeks in a row. Sheen now works to better humanity through the importance of a promise in what little ways he can. He has volunteered at different nonprofits for 52 weeks in a row. Additionally, his charitable donations & social media campaigns have brought awareness and been featured on various national media outlets. Since he started, this dedication has only continued to develop and motivate the thousands of audience members he meets along the way.

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10 Most Exciting NFL Keynote Speakers for the 2018-2019 Season

After tonight’s Monday Night Football Game, the NFL will head into its 6th week of the regular season. With more of the schedule ahead than behind, it is an exciting time to be a fan of any team!

This season is still so young, so every team has a shot at a winning record. Football locker rooms are filled with the sounds of motivational speeches about teamwork and strategic planning — to achieve a common goal!


Who better to bring that excitement to your next event then former NFL players, like…


nfl-quarterback-eagles-talentTom Flick

Former NFL Quarterback, Authority on Leadership, Leading Change & Accelerating Performance

Why Book Tom Flick?

  • As a former NFL quarterback, Tom helps people become more effective leaders and to look at things from a different perspective in order to find new ideas for approaching challenges and moving things forward. Tom’s exceptional ability to communicate clear business solutions with humor, wit and razor-sharp insight make a tremendous impact on audiences


Topics: Change, Motivational, Peak Performance

Rocky Bleiernfl-running-back-eagles-talent

NFL Running Back, Vietnam Veteran and Author

Why Book Rocky Bleier?

  • From a soldier’s uniform to an NFL player’s uniform, Rocky Bleier imparts the life lessons that helped him overcome the trying circumstances that threatened to derail not only his career, but his life. His gripping tale of courage on both the football fields of America and the battle fields of Vietnam – has held audiences in rapt attention for years. Yet, the motivational message behind it, explains how ordinary people can become extraordinary achievers.


Topics: Military, Sports Stars, Football/NFL

peak-performance-eagles-talentEric Boles

Authority on Leadership, Managing Change, and Cultural Transformation

Why Book Eric Boles?

  • He is a believer in employee and organizational development and equips your organization with the tools to create and maintain winning attitudes. He is a former NFL player and an expert in teamwork, leadership and personal development, dedicated to maximizing your human assets.



Topics: Leadership & Inspiration, Team Building, Football/NFL

famous-nfl-announcers-eagles-talentMike Ditka

Legendary NFL Coach and Player and Commentator

Why Book Mike Ditka?

  • As a legendary NFL player and coach, Mike understands what it takes both physically and mentally to lead and be successful. He is inspirational as only the second person to ever win the Super Bowl as a player, assistant coach and head coach. Additionally, he was the first tight end to be elected to the Pro Football Hall of Fame.


Topics: Celebrity Speakers, Coaches & Managers, Hot Sports Speakers

nfl-all-pro-speaker-eagles-talentBrian Holloway

NFL All-Pro, Organizational Transformation Expert

Why Book Brian Holloway?

  • He is high-powered and hard hitting former football player who trains groups on how to perform more effectively and achieve excellence. He leaves an impact on organizations, with his business knowledge, like he did on the football field.



Topics: Sports Stars, Peak Performance, Team Building

Matt Mayberrypeak-perfromance-speaker-eagles-talent

Former NFL Linebacker, Healthcare Business-Development Professional, and Peak-Performance Strategist

Why Book Matt Mayberry?

  • Matt provides attendees with a real-world strategy for peak performance. His keynote incorporates: motivation (with personal stories of overcoming adversity), process and mindset, and credibility (putting strategies to practice as the head of business development for Infinity Healthcare and as a successful entrepreneur).

Topics: Peak Performance, Corporate Culture, Football/NFL

philaelphia-eagles-player-eagles-talentVince Papale

Inspiration behind the Disney Movie “Invincible,” Oldest Rookie in NFL History

Why Book Vince Papale?

  • Vince has made a name for himself on and off the field and continues to inspire audiences with his energy, enthusiasm, and story of persistence.



Topics: Football/NFL, Sports Stars, Cancer Awareness

Archie Manningnfl-legend-eagles-talent 

NFL Legend & Humanitarian

Why Book Archie Manning?

  • is an NFL legend to look up to. As a former NFL QB and multi-award winner, he drives home the significance of how great leadership and teamwork can bring success. He was inducted into the National Football Foundation College Hall of Fame. As a peak performance speaker, he brings inspiring topics to his current audiences to inspire them beyond the conference room and into their everyday lives.


Topics: Leadership, Football/NFL, Peak Performance

Jim Kellyfamous-nfl-quarterback-eagles-talent

Hall of Fame NFL Quarterback & Speaker

Why Book Jim Kelly?

  • He was the quarterback for the Buffalo Bills from 1986-1996. In addition to four Super Bowl appearances (XXV-XXVIII), Jim holds every major Bills passing record and has thrown for over 35,000 passing yards and 237 touchdowns. He has experienced many ups and downs throughout his career and personal life. It is his belief during these difficult times; it takes both family and teamwork to face and overcome these obstacles — which he teaches to audiences worldwide.


Topics: Overcoming Adversity, Sports Announcers, Leadership


Bo Easonsports-stars-eagles-talent

Former NFL Player, author of the play ‘Runt of the Litter’

Why Book Bo Eason?

  • Speaker, performer, author Bo Eason started his career in the NFL as a top pick for the Houston Oilers. Continuing on with the San Francisco 49ers, during his 5-year career Bo competed beside and against some of the greatest players of his generation. Bo is dedicated to helping others tap the power of their personal story and become effective, persuasive communicators.


Topics: Motivational, Football/NFL, Sports Stars

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Dr. Jen Welter in 30 Seconds!

Dr. Jen Welter is the First Female NFL Coach, Sport Psychologist and Gold Medalist. She uses her story of goal setting and determination to inspire others to recognize their own potential and break through their own life barriers.

Today’s Tip: Book Dr. Jen Welter!


This 30 second clip of Dr. Jen is only a sneak peak into her extremely rewarding life. One of her biggest accomplishments was becoming the first female to serve as an NFL coach in the male-dominated sport in 2015. First, she served as an intern linebackers coach for the Arizona Cardinals. Welter’s time at the Cardinals has been defined by the bond she has fostered with the players. But this is not the first time Welter’s was the first to do something. She is also a veteran of several women’s professional football teams, including the Dallas Diamonds & Dallas Dragons.


Additionally, Welter holds a doctorate degree in Psychology, with 18 years of experience in fitness and the professional athlete world. She has her own Flag Football camp for women that empowers them to turn their dreams into reality. In her keynotes, she focuses on teaching the value of assembling teams with diverse perspectives and talents to strengthen the organization’s competitive advantage.

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Yossi Ghinsberg Podcast: EP. 17 | Amazon Survival Skills in Business


Yossi Ghinsberg is an inspirational storyteller and keynote speaker with a survival story unlike any other. In 1981, Yossi was stranded in an uncharted part of the Bolivian Amazon. After three long and harrowing weeks of maneuvering the jungle, Yossi was ultimately rescued and spent the next three months recovering in a hospital.


In our exclusive Eagles Talent Podcast interview, Yossi shares a few of the lessons he learned during his time in the jungle and more importantly, how those lessons can be applied to business.


“The main essence of survival is not killing the competition, it’s actually helping the competition–the true meaning of competition is to win together!”

Yossi’s goal is to awaken his audience’s natural survival skills. A common misconception in business is that in order to thrive or survive in we must take down the competition. However, Yossi believes fighting the competition is the wrong idea. He also believes the Darwinian approach to survival is dated and wrong. When it comes to business there is room for everyone to win and grow within their industries.


“There’s enough for everybody–you find your niche, I find mine and like that we support each other.”

As a Keynote Speaker, Yossi has met with world leaders bringing his Amazon survival skills to institutes and organizations worldwide. He makes it a point to never talk at his audiences, but to bring them into his story. By treating every keynote like a storytime around the campfire, audiences are able to lean in, open their hearts, and fully embrace his surstory.


“Storytelling is THE best basis for teaching.”

To hear more of Yossi Ghinsberg’s story and to find out how he can help your organization in person, visit his speaker profile page.


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A North Carolina Hurricane Survival Guide

Jones Loflin is a Stress Management expert and Keynote Speaker who resides in North Carolina — the state that Hurricane Florence hit the hardest. Fortunately, Jones is located in central NC, so he escaped damages, but his thoughts never strayed from the suffering endured by his fellow North Carolinians: who lost property, and loved ones!

Sadly, the devastation caused by hurricanes is becoming a common occurrence, and upon reflection, Jones offers advice for those who have yet to face “their hurricane.”– whether it be literal or metaphorical.

Today’s Tip: Prepare for hurricanes by using Jones Loflin’s five principles of change management.

“When Hurricane Florence lumbered through the Atlantic Ocean and made landfall here in North Carolina. Because I live in the central part of the state, I only saw localized flooding of creeks and rivers along with some downed trees. Eastern North Carolina, as you have seen, has been obliterated by heavy winds, torrential rainfall, and now rising rivers.

The hurricane has been a major topic of conversation as people reflect on the damage done by the storm. As I observed the flurry of activity, I saw so many of the principles of change management demonstrated in people’s attitudes and behaviors. They included:

1. Look for the early signs of change.
People who never look at weather forecasts checked them almost hourly to get updates on the hurricane. They wanted to make sure they didn’t miss something. While some changes happen quickly, there is often alot of “handwriting on the wall” that indicates things are going to change. We’re just so busy taking care of what’s right in front of us that we don’t pay attention to them. How much better prepared for change would you and your team be if you “checked the conditions” more often?

2. Acknowledge that you can’t take everything with you.
News stories last week showed people packing up pictures, pets, and other items they deemed valuable, while leaving so many other things behind. Trying to move everything would have taken too much time and endangered their safety. Their behavior demonstrates a principle of change that people so often resist: In times of change, you must determine what you want to hold onto and what you need to let go of.

3. Recognize the danger of trying to maintain the status quo.
Interstate 40, a major highway in North Carolina, was packed last week as people moved away from the storm’s path and sought shelter. There were many “adventurous souls” who stayed behind, reasoning that things wouldn’t get that bad or that they could outlast the storm. And many of them had to be rescued from their homes or cars over the weekend. We see the same behavior in other types of change. People who will do whatever they can to “stay put” and not change their attitudes or behaviors. They are risking so much just to prove a point. Is the status quo really a safe place for any of us to stay for too long in today’s ever-changing world?

4. Get the right resources.
While in the grocery store last week I found it interesting to observe what people had in their carts to be prepared in case the storm impacted our area. Bread and milk were common items, along with soft drinks, frozen foods, snacks, and water. With the exception of water (and maybe the milk), these types of items are more about comfort than being secure and/or safe. It’s a similar pattern in organizations. They fail to invest enough resources in things like training, talking with those who are on the front line of the change, and adjusting priorities or processes to support the change. It’s not about being comfortable in times of change… it’s about knowing that you and your organization are investing in resources to have a more secure future.

5. Be willing to adjust your plan as you go through the change.
As Hurricane Florence moved closer to my state, there was ever-changing data on the projected path of the storm that meant that resources had to be shifted to other areas. The plan that had existed on Monday was no longer the best one. Trying to stick to that plan would have been foolish because it was based on outdated information. More than once I’ve seen individuals and organizations begin moving through a change and get so comfortable with their plan that they aren’t willing to accept new information that suggests a course correction. If you’re going through change, it’s important to always have answers to three key questions about your situation so you can make the best choice of action:

  • What do you know? (Facts)
  • What do you think you know? (Wisdom/Insights/Experience)
  • What do you NOT know?

If you were impacted by Hurricane Florence, my prayers are with you. It’s in disasters like these that my faith in humanity is always reinforced, whether by the resilience of those who are impacted by it, the courage of those who seek to rescue others in it, or the incredible generosity shown by those who want to help others recover from it.”

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New Guinness World Record, Contest Winners Announced!

giveaway-eagles-talentFrom everyone here at Eagles Talent, we would like to extend a huge CONGRATULATIONS to the winners of our contest to own a print of the world’s largest connect-the-dots drawing!

All of the contest entries, made it a tight race. Unfortunately, we had to perform a second drawing, but crowned a new winner in their place.

Without further ado, here are the lucky winners of Phil Hansen’s record breaking connect-the-dots art:


  • Larry Kingston from the National Safety Council, Northern Ohio Chapter
  • MC Genova from the Visit Denver organization
  • Amanda Knapp from N’ware Technologies (our lucky bonus winner)

Whether you choose to hang the artwork as a decorative piece or connect all 52,901 dots, we wish you the best of luck and send our biggest congratulations!

If you missed our live drawing, you can watch it below:

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How Tech Can Transform Your Attendee Experience

As technology becomes more cutting-edge, our society expects these advancements to gradually be incorporated into our everyday lives. One of the most seamless ways to make this happen is through live events. Keynote speakers easily incorporate emerging technology by presenting informative and engaging content or hosting a hands-on work shop. The implementation of technology in your conference can bring revolutionary changes that will make you stand out and leave attendees remembering your organization for years to come.

Eagles Talent is dedicated to improving your speaking engagements — so we’re sharing our 10 Most Popular Tech Speakers who can reinvent the way attendees experience your event!

Josh Linknerbest-tech-speaker-eagles-talent

Entrepreneur, Venture Capitalist and NY Times Bestselling Author

Why Book Josh Linkner?

  • Linkner is a four-time tech entrepreneur, serving as CEO of each over the last 20+ years. He is the top-rated keynote speaker delivering inspiring talks on creativity and innovation. He is also the founder and former CEO/Chariman of ePrize, the largest interactive promotion agency in the world.

Topics: Business Entrepreneurship, Innovation & Creativity, Technology

tech-speakers-eagles-talentMick Ebeling

Author, Not Impossible: The Art & Joy of Doing What Couldn’t be Done

Why Book Mick Ebeling?

  • A recipient of the Muhammad Ali Humanitarian of the Year Award and listed as one of the most influential creative people by The Creativity 50’s, Ebeling has sparked a movement of pragmatic, inspirational innovation. As a career producer and filmmaker and now founder and CEO of Not Impossible, Ebeling harvests the power of technology and story to change the world.

Topics: TED Conference, Innovation & Creativity, Business Entrepreneurship

Daniel Burrusinnovative-speakers-eagles-talent

Business Strategist and Global Futurist

Why Book Daniel Burrus?

  • He has established a worldwide reputation for his exceptional record of predicting the future of technology driven change and its direct impact on the business world. He is also a contributing writer on the topics of innovation, change and the future for CNBC, Huffington Post, Wired Magazine and Examiner.com.

Topics: Strategic Planning, Futurists, Social Media & Online Marketing

Thomas Koulopoulosgllobal-business-solutions-eagles-talent

Author, Futurist, Expert on AI, Cloud and Innovation

Why Book Thomas Koulopoulos?

  • The Internet of Everything (IoE) is one of the hottest business and tech topics to come along in years, and nobody can better speak to the impact that IoE will have on our organizations and our lives than Tom Koulopoulos. He has worked with many of the cutting edge organizations and continues to do so. Tom’s ultimate focus is to connect you to a future of nearly endless possibilities.

Topics: Global Business Solutions, Marketing, Technology

Dr. Randal Pinkettentrepreneur-speakers-eagles-talent

Founder, Chairman and CEO, BCT Partners Entrepreneur; Speaker & Author; Season 4 Winner of NBC’s The Apprentice

Why Book Dr. Randal Pinkett?

  • Randal has established himself as an entrepreneur, speaker, author and scholar, and as a leading voice for his generation in business and technology. He is the founder, chairman and CEO of his fifth venture, BCT Partners, a multimillion-dollar management consulting and information technology solutions firm headquartered in Newark, NJ.

Topics: Diversity & Inclusion, African-American, Technology

John C. Havens

H(app)athon Founder, “GO TO” Voice on Technology and the Science of Happiness for The Guardian, Mashable, & Huffington Post

motivational-speaker-eagles-talentWhy Book John C. Havens?

  • With pragmatic solutions combining economics, emerging technology, and positive psychology, John provides a human-centric roadmap to help attendees embrace their present to better define the future.

Topics: Artificial Inteligence (AI), Marketing, Trending Happiness

Olympia LePointscience-speaker-eagles-talent

NASA Rocket-Scientist and STEM Education Advocate

Why Book Olympia LePoint?

  • As an internationally-recognized science leader, LePoint helped launch NASA’s Endeavour, Discovery, Columbia, and Atlantis Space Shuttles. She successfully helped launch 28 Space Shuttle Missions into Space. As a speaker, her presentations are intellectually stimulating and help audiences overcome fear and adversity through the creative problem-solving principles found in math, science, technology and human determination.

Topics: Science, Media Personalities, Business Entrepreneurship

Gabe Zichermannbest-technology-speaker-eagles-talent

Technology Strategist: Employee and Customer Engagement, Tech-Life Balance

Why Book Gabe Zichermann?

  • Using gaming techniques to run a business might sound silly, but so far Gabe Zichermann has been doing just that. He is the foremost expert on designing for engagement, helping organizations, corporations, and individuals understand technology on a deeper level. In his keynote presentations, he explains how combining gaming techniques to the real world can result in true success.

Topics: Consumer Behavior, Global Business Solutions, Technology

social-media-influencer-eagles-talentShama Hyder

CEO of Zen Media

Why Book Shama Hyder?

  • Shama Hyder is a visionary strategist for the digital age, a web and TV personality, a bestselling author, and the award-winning CEO of The Marketing Zen Group – a global online marketing and digital PR company. She has aptly been dubbed the “Zen Master of Marketing” by Entrepreneur Magazine and the “Millennial Master of the Universe” by FastCompany.com.

Topics: Social Media & Online Marketing, Futurists, Technology

best-tech-speaker-eagles-talentMichael Tchong

Trendsetter, Entrepreneur, Expert Marketer, Analyst

Why Book Michael Tchong?

  • Michael is a trend spotter, always ahead of the curve. His career is multifaceted, with experience in advertising, publishing, software, and internet communication, and in each capacity he has learned skills to benefit business growth. He is a thought leader, a behind-the-scenes analyst of social constructs and how they effect modern businesses in an ever-expanding consumer market.

Topics: CEOs & Business Leaders, Social Media & Online Marketing, Technology

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