Rohit Bhargava is an innovation and marketing expert, experienced facilitator, and keynote speaker. After a a hit 15 year career as a brand and advertising and marketing strategist at two of the biggest agencies in the world Ogilvy and Leo Burnett, Rohit became an entrepreneur and has since started three companies. He is the Wall Street Journal best promoting author of six books on topics as wide ranging as the way forward for company and building a brand with character and has introduced sold out keynote displays and workshops to company leaders in 32 nations. His signature book Non Obvious is updated annually with 15 new trend predictions, has been read and shared by more than 1 million readers and is translated in ten languages.
Rohit has been invited to share his insights at one of the vital most forward shopping agencies on the earth adding Intel, NASA, Disney, JP Morgan Chase, LinkedIn, Microsoft, American Express, BP, the World Bank, Coca Cola and a whole lot of others. Outside of his consulting work, Rohit also teaches his prevalent signature course on storytelling and advertising at Georgetown University in Washington DC and has been invited to carry guest lectures at many other prestigious schools adding Stanford and Wharton. For the past 14 years Rohit has also been writing his personal “Influential Marketing Blog” which has been featured in global media and named one of the top 25 marketing blogs on earth by AdAge magazine. He is regularly interviewed and featured as an expert commentator in global media including Harvard Business Review, The Guardian, and NPR. Rohit also writes a month-to-month column for GQ journal in Brazil on generation and trends. “Thank you very much to your insightful, thought frightening and valuable feedback on non obvious trends last week in Nashville at AHIP’s Consumer Experience and Digital Health Forum.
It was a privilege for the audience to “listen in” to the discussion, gain new ideas and thinking and reflection how they apply what they heard. The reviews were enthusiastic and everyone left the session needing more a credit to all of you. We know the calls for of your agenda and I wanted to express how much we favored your joining us, as well as what an impact your considerate presentation had on the attendees. ”“Rohit’s deep data, capabilities, warm, private style was evident to all of my table mates, and we each expressed our “a ha!moment” as Rohit defined “4 crucial” takeaways about considering in a different way, “non obvious” trends, curating ideas, and predicting the long run. I realized much, but I also discovered about Rohit, and need to go away a recommendation for Rohit as a professional in branding, data analysis, “non obvious” trends, storytelling, and business strategy, but also a very good person. Thanks again, Rohit, for a superb keynote, and for being such a good, considerate person.
Rohit is an ideal combination of professionalism and data these days of brevity and superficiality.