Speaker Management That Cares
Our world-class speakers specialize in creating life-changing moments. They energize business leadership and inspire audiences into action. They share stories about disruptive innovation, advancing technologies, overcoming adversity, capturing markets, and adapting to the future. Your attendees will be treated to a special moment, and a new perspective on life, work, knowledge, and more.
Nextup Speaker Management is a bureau friendly company, and all of our speakers are available thru your favorite speaking agent.
Women in business talk failures, successes and advice
As part of the SuiteWorld 2019 dedicated Women in Business track, a host of women with backgrounds in the business world shared their advice for women in a male-dominated environment Deborah Perry Piscione, CEO of network Alley to the Valley, said she saw a significant difference in the way women behaved towards each other when […]Read more »
10 Habits That All Strong Businesswomen Practice
by Deborah Perry Piscione Now more than ever, women are poised to rule in the professional world and beyond. In technology, Moore’s Law is the idea that the number of transistors on a chip doubles every year, while the costs are halved. Similarly, the trajectory of women’s influence in work, politics and culture is moving […]Read more »
The Next Space Race Won’t Have Just One Winner
by Vivek Wadhwa Until January 3, 2019, no human being had ever set eyes on the “dark side” of the moon — the side always facing away from the Earth. It was a mystery. But no longer. China’s National Space Administration successfully landed a lunar lander, Chang’e-4, at South Pole-Aitken, the moon’s largest and deepest basin. […]Read more »
Come Clean When Things Go Wrong
The controversies involving Jeff Bezos and Ralph Northam show why building trust is important by Vivek Wadhwa Two notable Americans faced firestorms of criticism last week: A governor whose medical school yearbook page showed a racist image and a billionaire whose infidelity was exposed by a tabloid. The politician — Virginia governor Ralph Northam — […]Read more »