Why Ed Alexander?
With over 1,000 hours of stage time, fluency on leading online event platforms, and prestigious speaking awards to his credit, Ed is a professional event leader, delivering keynote, emcee, moderator and host roles at media events, industry conferences, executive roundtables, podcasts, webcasts and intimate workshops. His project work, extensive executive relationships, charismatic presence and humorous audience-participation approach ensure a rich source of current material, a successful event experience, and an indelible gift to your audience. Topics range from (broadly) digital strategy, sales leadership and personal growth to (specifically) leveraging specific technology and brain science developments for business and personal growth.
Ed specializes in:
- Thought-provoking, well researched celebrity and executive panel interviews
- Conference moderation, energetic emcee and empathic facilitator roles
- Panel and roundtable moderation
- Town hall sessions
- Keynotes that feature illuminating, memorable storytelling and high audience engagement
- Facilitated executive conversations in intimate executive dinners and conference settings
- Executive audiences – Leaders involved in leveraging innovations to help customers “happen”
Ed consistently receives highly positive reviews from audiences and clients. The burdensome term “charismatic” is, regrettably, often mentioned in reference to his style, and audience ratings typically exceed expectations. Contact Ed today to discuss your unique needs and explore solutions.
What does your audience need?
Recent appearances, topics and audiences – macro and micro
“Brand Journalism” – podcasts, corporate workshops, public webinars
“GDPR: How the Online Privacy Bill of Rights Affects You” – public, corporate, academic, association
“Be a Big Data Voodoo Daddy (or Mama)” – digital media conference, session leader
“LinkedIn Essentials: Annual Update” – corporate, university, nonprofit, public workshops
“North by North Shore” – a Digital Media Event Series (Founder, Producer, Speaker)
“Imagine That: How to Re-focus your Brain” – public education, organization conference
“Trends with Benefits” – Web marketing updates – corporate, association, public workshops, academic
“How Customers Happen” – industry conference, public workshops
“CRM = Can’t Remember Much” – industry conference, nonprofit association,
“Drowning in Data, Mining for Meaning” – industry conferences
Topics You May Cover
You may wish to adapt these to your business, academic, public or association audience
Digital Strategy – Transformation and Traction
Content Marketing – the Engagement part
Public Speaking: Not a Soft Skill
CRM Power User Habits
Fanbase Building: Loyalty is not a Luxury
Storytelling for Business
Marketing in S.P.A.C.E (5 essential loyalty elements)
Augmented Reality in Marketing, Sales, Service and Customer environments
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