Loading content ...
Our keynote speaker Christina “CK” Kerley has been a forerunner in tech revolutions for 20 years. The innovation speaker and specialist leads Fortune 500 executives through the jungle of emerging technologies that are transforming our world today and those igniting remarkable change in the next five years. The charismatic keynote speaker Christina Kerley illuminates how historic levels of innovation are reshaping today’s customers, products and business models.
Want to know more about the speaker? Our consultants are ready to provide you expert advice and information about the speaker.
In Christina “CK” Kerley’s signature high energy sessions, she covers an impressive portfolio of next- generation technologies across: Mobile, Wearables, The Internet of Things, Robotics, Big Data, Artificial Intelligence, Digital Health, Augmented Reality, Virtual Reality, and Holography. Christina “CK” Kerley has addressed business executives—in roles spanning marketing, management, sales and IT – at organizations including Johnson & Johnson, Verizon Wireless, Microsoft, Janssen, The United Nations, Bristol-Myers Squibb, Prudential, Perrigo, Sodexo, Sony, Cisco, Neutrogena, Verisign and Wyndham Worldwide.
Along with being a faculty member at Rutgers University Business School for Executive Education, she has guest lectured at Stanford, Cornell, Northwestern and Carnegie Mellon. All firsts in their sectors, Christina “CK” Kerley has written eBooks including: The Smart Revolution, Innovation Through Mobile and The Mobile Revolution & B2B .
Chistina “CK” Kerley is a trusted consultant. Her business and forecasts have been featured in various media outlets, including: Inc. Magazine, CMO.com, BtoB Magazine, B2B News Network, MarketingProfs, Mobile Marketer, Chief Content Officer, IDG, Realtor Magazine, Federal Computer Week and MediaPost, as well as in business books: The New Influencers (Quill Driver Books, 2007), Join The Conversation (Wiley, 2007), Content Rules (Wiley, 2011) and The B2B Social Media Book (Wiley, 2012).
An in-demand keynote speaker, Christina “CK” Kerley engages with her audience and gives direct hands-on advice to businesses. CK´s experience and knowledge enables her to tailor every talk individually to the client’s needs.
The marketing mega-trends: The next big thing(s) in next-gen tech
Experience is the new engagement. Context is the new content. Bots are the new killer apps… and the physical world is the new digital channel. While Augmented Reality (AR) is creating a new layer of digital media out of thin air, Virtual Reality (VR) is converting stale-and-tired 2D ads into immersive 3D simulations that customers fully experience, and feel. Whereas Mobile turns every moment, proximity, and place into high-value, highly relevant touch points, The Internet of Things (IoT) transforms our once-lifeless products into lively new marketing outlets that (literally!) sell themselves.
And The Next-Gen Web breaks out of the box —and outside the screen—into an exciting new ecosystem of devices, displays, interfaces, and platforms. Predictive tech transitions us from serving customers in real time toanticipating their needs ahead of time. Artificial Intelligence (AI) moves us from apps that enable us to do more with our devices…to algorithms that empower our devices to do more for us.
Most striking, the unprecedented, unstoppable force that is Big Data is catapulting us from marketing’s dark ages to an enlightened era of precision, personalization, and innovation. CK knows the next BIG thing(s) in next-gen tech—let her ensure your team knows, too.
Change has never before happened so fast. But the real story is that it will never be this slow again. In just a handful of business quarters, the near future has shifted from smartphones to smart things, from apps to algorithms… and from billions of devices to the next trillion-dollar industry that is (BIG!) data.
Robots won’t take the jobs we love (but will take away the tasks that we hate!). Rather than slaves to the smart machines, AIs will free-up our time by making our machines far smarter. Moreover, next-gen tech will simultaneously fulfill the most trivial of needs and the most profound: for the same drone technology that will deliver piping-hot pizza to you in 30 minutes, will also send life-saving medical supplies… 10 minutes sooner than ambulances can arrive. While robots will entertain our youth segments, they’ll also help us better care for our elderly populations. And whereas Virtual Reality will immerse us in 3D worlds; it will also enable first-rate medical care to the third world.