After selling his business to Airbnb and working there for seven years, he’s now got the #1 business newsletter on Substack and is an expert in growth, conversion, community and how to think like a startup.
Founder of WealthVoice and Beetle Moment Marketing. Speaker, consultant, and voice marketing creator. Pro podcasts and rollerblades, anti fluorescent light and leaf blowers. Host of Voice Marketing with Emily Binder.
Jonah Berger is a Wharton Professor, internationally bestselling author, and a world-renowned expert on change, influence, and how products, services, and ideas catch on. Millions of copies of his books are in print in over 35 countries worldwide.
Inspirational customer experience and marketing expert, author, and advisor. Helps iconic brands grow by exceeding ever-escalating customer expectations. Loves: plaid suits and tequila. Hates: mean people and red tape.
Jeff teaches organizations to build better products and executives to build the cultures that build better products. He is the co-author of the award-winning book, Lean UX and the Harvard Business Review Press book, Sense & Respond.
Natalie Nixon, PhD, is a renowned creativity strategist, CEO of Figure 8 Thinking, and global keynote speaker. Author of award-winning "The Creativity Leap," she advises leaders on transformation and growth. Natalie is known as “the creativity whisperer.”
Founder of the Non-Obvious Company, and three-time WSJ bestselling author of eight books on topics as wide ranging as the future of business, building a human brand with personality, and how to create a more diverse and inclusive world.
5-time author (including Flip the Funnel and Built to Suck), Keynoted Speaker in 50+ countries, Adjunct Professor at NYU, Host of “Joseph Jaffe is not Famous” Talk Show, Holder of $JAFFE Coin Crypto Currency & Founder of Alpha Collective.
Alistair is the author of Lean Analytics, the bestselling book that showed startups how to use data to build a better business faster. A serial entrepreneur, he's currently writing, Just Evil Enough, the subversive marketing playbook.