Better and Faster: Predict Opportunity & Win in 2015
Tuesday, March 17
11:00AM - 12:00PM
Austin Convention Center
Austin Convention Center
Realize your potential faster with Trend Hunter’s guide to unexploited trends in 2015, plus 6 patterns of opportunity that occur in the interactive space, and a quick guide to neurological traps that block smart people from realizing opportunity.
After 2 billion page views from 100,000,000 people, Trend Hunter’s crowdsourced, crowd-powered research lab has learned a lot about how to find business opportunity, faster. We’ve also learned a lot from our work advising several hundred brands who rely on our dedicated advisors and workshops to find specific opportunity.
This session will specifically dive into how interactive opportunities get created by large competitors, like Facebook or Google, creating entrepreneurial opportunities that are often overlooked.
> The top unexploited trends in 2015
> How to spot overlooked trends and exploit opportunities FASTER than competitors
> 6 trend patterns that lead to dot com fortunes and interactive opportunity
Jeremy Gutsche, MBA, CFA, is an innovation expert, award-winning author, "one of the most sought-after keynote speakers on the planet," and the founder of TrendHunter.com, the world's largest trend...Show the rest
Jeremy Gutsche, MBA, CFA, is an innovation expert, award-winning author, "one of the most sought-after keynote speakers on the planet," and the founder of TrendHunter.com, the world's largest trend website, with roughly 2 billion total views and 3 million fans. Prior to Trend Hunter, Jeremy grew a $1 billion portfolio for a bank, and today, over 350 brands, billionaires and CEOs rely on his innovation expertise and management consulting, including Victoria Secret, Coca-Cola, Sony, IBM, NBC, Wells Fargo and Hughes Aerospace.
Routinely sourced by the media, Jeremy's broad appeal ranges from The Economist and CNN to Entertainment Tonight and The New York Times. He has been described as "a new breed of trend spotter" by The Guardian, "an eagle eye" by Global TV, an "Oracle" by the Globe and Mail, an "intellectual can of Red Bull" by Association Week, "the rockstar of keynote speakers" by Meetings Professional International and "on the forefront of cool" by MTV.
Before his dot-com success and work as an innovation keynote speaker, Jeremy studied innovation at Stanford, completed an MBA from Queen's University, became a Chartered Financial Analyst, and graduated as a Chancellor Scholar from The University of Calgary, where he was later awarded Graduate of the Decade. He was one of Capital One's youngest Business Directors and innovation leads. Prior to Capital One, Jeremy spent several years as a Management Consultant at the Monitor Group.Hide the rest