Author Rohit Bhargava returns to The Marketing Book Podcast for a special episode of "Authors in Quarantine Getting Cocktails."
Last on The Marketing Book Podcast to discuss his book, Non-Obvious Megatrends: How to See What Others Miss and Predict the Future, innovation and marketing expert, bestselling author and international keynote speaker Rohit Bhargava joins the (hopefully) limited time series, Authors in Quarantine Getting Cocktails to talk about being quarantined in Oakton, Virginia, the future of live events, and his latest book, The Non-Obvious Guide to Virtual Meetings & Remote Work. Cheers!
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Last on The Marketing Book Podcast to discuss her book, Buyer Personas: How to Gain Insight into Your Customer’s Expectations, Align Your Marketing Strategies, and Win More Business, marketing, sales and consumer behavior expert and bestselling author Adele Revella joins the (hopefully) limited time series, Authors in Quarantine Getting Cocktails to talk about being quarantined on an island in the Pacific northwest with her husband, dogs and cat, how buyer motivations have changed dramatically in a remarkably short time and what to do about it. Cheers!
Last on The Marketing Book Podcast to discuss his book, The Business of Expertise: How Entrepreneurial Experts Convert Insight to Impact + Wealth, expertise visionary, international keynote speaker and bestselling author David C. Baker joins the (hopefully) limited time series, Authors in Quarantine Getting Cocktails to talk about being quarantined on his farm in east Tennessee, the impact of the pandemic on businesses, and his next book. Cheers!
Recently on The Marketing Book Podcast to discuss his book, The Creative Curve: How to Develop the Right Idea, at the Right Time, creativity expert, entrepreneur, keynote speaker and bestselling author Allen Gannett joins the (hopefully) limited time series, Authors in Quarantine Getting Cocktails to talk about being quarantined in Washington, DC, moving to New York City, his externally-imposed writing sabbatical and life with his Corgi, Maven. Cheers!
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