The next FREE Brand2Global Webinar is on August 13.
The webinar will feature Rohit Bhargava (founder of the Influential Marketing Group, and the author of five best selling business books including Likeonomics) delivering his presentation, “10 Non-Obvious Trends that Will Change Your Business In 2014”.
Webinar Date and Time:
Wednesday August 13, 2014 – 9:30 AM CDT (2:30 PM GMT)
For the past four years, best selling author and longtime branding consultant Rohit has curated an annual list of the top trends changing business and marketing. His report has been viewed and shared more than half a million times online – and the most recent edition was the #1 most downloaded Marketing Research book on Amazon for 8 weeks straight. At a time when meaninglessly broad predictions such as “2015 will be the year of wearable technology” are often shared by so called gurus – Rohit’s “Non-Obvious Trend Report” uses real life examples to spotlight unexpected trends in media, technology, advertising, culture and entrepreneurship. In this unique webinar, Rohit will share some of the insights from his recently released 2014 Trend Report and answer participant questions about the newest trends he is seeing in the world of marketing.
Who Is Rohit Bhargava?
Rohit Bhargava is a trend curator, founder of the Influential Marketing Group, and the author of five best selling business books including Likeonomics (shortlisted for 2013 Best Sales/Marketing Book of the Year by 1800CEORead). Rohit’s popular keynotes have inspired audiences from 50 to 5000 people to create more human organizations. He has been featured as a two time TEDx speaker and given keynotes or workshops in 27 countries for brands including Intel, Vodafone, SABMiller, Pfizer, SAP, American Express, Swissotel, Ford, and more. Outside of speaking and consulting, Rohit teaches Global Marketing at Georgetown University and is regularly quoted as a marketing and business expert by media outlets including The New York Times, Fast Company, The Guardian, The Wall Street Journal, and NPR. He is a lifelong fan of anything having to do with the Olympics (he’s been to four so far!), and actively avoids anything having to do with cauliflower (yuck!).