Daniel Levine Speaker Bio
Daniel Levine is a trusted consultant to major companies and brands worldwide. He is regularly featured in newspapers and magazines and is often on television and radio including CNN, NBC and others.
Daniel Levine is the director of the Avant-Guide Institute and the global editor of the popular trends website WikiTrend.org where he leads a large international team of trend spotters; over 9000 researchers who chronicle the latest ideas, products and experiences from around the globe.
Daniel's rapid-fire presentations are super-customized variations on these topics:
"Your Business Trends and The Future of Almost Everything"
Trends in your industry don't operate in a vacuum. They are part of a global ecosystem that is quickly changing the way we all work, live and play. So strap on your jetpack and get ready to explore the most valuable trends transforming your world. From transport and technology to communication and consumerism, knowing what is now isn’t enough – you also need to know what will be, or you’re gone.
"What Your Customers Really Want (Before They Even Know They Want It)"
Why do some people choose to buy from you while others go elsewhere? Discover the "why" behind the buy, understand trends that are quickly changing the consumer landscape, and learn from organizations, brands and products that are embracing trends with spectacular results. This is your opportunity to ride the waves of the future and leave competitors in your wake.
Global Consumer Trends Expert & One of Fast Company's Most Creative People In Business
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