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KEYNOTE AND MOTIVATIONAL GUEST SPEAKER

BUSINESS • CONSUMER TRENDS • TECHNOLOGY • PARENTING

Among today’s top business keynote guest speakers, Scott specializes in crafting key note guest speaking presentations for corporations, associations, organizations, meeting planners and trade events of all sizes.

A veteran motivational speaker and proven entrepreneur renowned for his ability to excite and engage a speaking audience with presentations, workshops, interviews and custom keynotes, we invite you to consider booking him for your next corporate event or presentation today.

From meetings to conventions, business summits and industry retreats, find out why top executives and thought leaders the world over recommend Scott Steinberg to put today’s biggest topics, trends and headlines in perspective.

Areas of Expertise Include:

  • Business
  • Technology
  • Media
  • Parenting
  • Consumer Trends

To book Scott as a key note speaker for your next event, please contact: Dan Dwight, 888-507-2246

Sample Topics:

Embracing Change: Creating a Culture of Innovation – Give your business the knowledge it needs to succeed in tomorrow’s ever-changing global economy via new approaches to leadership, technology and time management.

Leading by Example: Strategies that Excite and Motivate – Improve job performance, increase ROI, and enhance communications with coworkers and customers alike using the results-driven methods that today’s industry leaders embrace.

Make Social Media Work for You – From blogs to social networks and beyond, the secret to making social media services like Facebook, Twitter and Google+ work for you – and, from a business standpoint, how to truly measure what they’re worth.

Marketing 2.0: The Future of Online Advertising – Proven, cost-effective ways to instantly capture consumers’ attention, increase brand awareness and boost the performance of any campaign overnight.

Failure: The Secret to Success – Why, contrary to common wisdom, it pays for today’s top thought leaders and business executives to fail fast and often, and the invaluable lessons that they can only learn from their mistakes.

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