Technology Keynote Speaker
Across the technology industry, one thing is constant: Intense competition for both customers and talent. To survive and thrive, you need to stand out from the crowd and then scale your business to the opportunity. Your events are critical to building your corporate culture, cementing customer relationships and promoting innovation and teamwork. That’s why it’s important to find a keynote speaker who has a balance between tech savvy and a unique perspective that aligns with your leadership objectives.
Tim Sanders is uniquely qualified to be your technology keynote speaker due to his extensive experience across the industry. He was on the ground floor of the cellular phone industry, which went on to disrupt telecommunications and media. He was an early stage employee at Mark Cuban’s broadcast.com, which had the largest opening day in IPO history. He went to Yahoo! when they acquired broadcast.com, where he rose to chief solutions officer. For the last decade, he’s consulted with leading software, cloud services, software as a service (SaaS), telecommunications and hardware companies on innovation, leadership, talent management and sales projects. His New York Times bestselling book Love is the Killer App: How to Win Business and Influence Friends is one of the most influential books in the technology industry.
In his view, connecting the silos helps organizations become agile, and stay one step ahead of disruption. But to create long lasting success, you need to maintain high touch leadership and service in an increasingly high tech world. In his Unleash Innovation keynote, Tim reveals how winning technology companies practice disruptive collaboration from sales to product to delivery. In his Leading with Love keynote, he illustrates how building powerful business relationships comes down to knowledge sharing and connecting the dots.
Tim provides high energy, high takeaway value keynotes for corporate offsites, user group conferences, customer summits, sales kickoffs and association events. Here are some of the organizations he’s worked with: