Among today’s top business keynote guest speakers, technology expert and futurist Scott Steinberg specializes in crafting key note guest speaking presentations for corporations, associations, organizations, meeting planners and trade events of all sizes.
A veteran motivational speaker and proven entrepreneur renowned for his ability to excite and engage a speaking audience with presentations, workshops, interviews and custom keynotes, we invite you to consider booking him for your next corporate event or presentation today. From meetings to conventions, business summits and industry retreats, find out why top executives and thought leaders the world over recommend Scott Steinberg to put today’s biggest topics, trends and headlines in perspective.
The expert advice and inside secrets parents need to make Facebook, Twitter, Google Plus (+) and other social networks a safe and enriching part of family life.
The new rules of online safety, texting and social networking: How to keep kids safe online on the Web or Internet, including high-tech etiquette, relationship and privacy essentials for all ages.
At what age should you give a child a cellular phone or smartphone? Common questions answered, including the role apps, mobile devices and location-based services can play in your household.
High-tech learning made simple via classroom strategies that teachers, educators and instructors for every age group (kids, teens, college, etc.) can use to engage and excite children.
From iPhones to computers and video games, tablet PCs (e.g. the iPad 2) to electronic toys (LeapFrog, VTech, etc.), when and how to introduce kids to technology, plus instill positive and healthy computing habits.
“Not only is Scott a knowledgeable, go-to tech guru, but he is also a PR pro’s jack-of-all-trades! Thanks to his assistance, we were able to conduct a very productive and incredibly valuable consumer event for my client. I look forward to working with him again soon!”
“A polished and professional speaker, Scott’s ability to captivate investors and corporate leaders while making complex concepts simple has been of marked benefit to our programs.”