Hailed as The Master of Innovation by Chase Bank + Fortune magazine, award-winning strategic consultant, trends expert, and professional speaker Scott Steinberg is a bestselling expert on leadership + innovation. One of America’s top futurists (per the BBC); the author of Make Change Work For You, Millennial Marketing, and Becoming Essential; and among today’s best-known business strategy + leadership training providers, the Fortune 500 calls him a “defining figure in business and technology” and “top trendsetter to follow.”
Scott is the CEO of TechSavvy Global, a management consulting and market research firm, he helps clients create competitive advantage and drive change, innovation and growth. A business strategist for corporations, non-profits, universities, and startups, he aids with change management, leadership training, and marketing and communications strategy, and has consulted on dozens of industry-leading products and services.
One of the world’s 150 most influential keynote speakers + futurists, he provides breakouts, training workshops, and speeches at events, meetings and conferences.
A top-rated keynote speaker and futurist who provides breakouts, corporate training workshops and speaking presentations at events, meetings and conferences, recent works also include Parenting High-Tech Kids and The Modern Parent’s Guide to Facebook and Social Networks. His motivational speeches, leadership seminars, and master classes show executives and educators how to lead in times of change – and become indispensable.
A noted content strategy, social media and communications expert, this eye for business analysis has led to his work as a strategic insider for 600+ media outlets from CNN to Rolling Stone. From EMC and eBay to Intel and MTV, he’s worked with many top brands to drive success. As a top management consultant and expert witness who advises corporate leaders, attorneys, venture capitalists, and investors, he also offers sales, marketing and media training services, and hosts many executive summits.
“If you really want to know about business, you should refer to Scott Steinberg.”
– Richard Branson, Founder, Virgin