“From audiences of more than 5000 to intimate gatherings of a few dozen, Tom provides a tour-de-force keynote that challenges attendees and leaves them with memories and tools that they will use for a lifetime.”
Revealing the Invisible
Revealing the Invisible provides a front-row seat to the mind-blowing future, where businesses of the 21st century can read consumers’ minds and make informed decisions based on their behaviors and tendencies.
The Industry’s Leading Digital Futurist
Tom’s keynotes are thought provoking, content rich, and inspirational. They are a tour-de-force that draws on his more than 30 years of experience in business and technology. Tom has written thirteen books, provided leadership lessons as CEO of an Inc 500 company, Founder and Managing Director of the Babson Center for Business Innovation, a Professor at three prestigious Boston B-schools, a columnist for Inc.com with over 3,000,000 readers, and an advisor to hundreds of global organizations.
Tom’s keynotes can also be delivered as live streaming or pre-recorded video. Check out a recent virtual keynote on innovation for CUNA here
Author of 13 Books, The Industry’s Leading Digital Futurist, Inc 500 CEO, Founder Babson College Center for Business Innovation, Professor Boston University, Columnist Inc.com
Tom Koulopoulos is chairman of the Boston-based global futures think tank Delphi Group, which was named one of the fastest growing private companies in the US by Inc. Magazine. Tom is also the author of thirteen books, a frequent business commentator on MSNBC, a columnist for Inc.com, a professor at Boston University Graduate School of Management, a past Executive in Residence at Bentley University, the Founder of the Babson College Center for Business Innovation, and past Executive Director of the Dell Innovation Lab. Mr. Koulopoulos’ thirteen books include his upcoming book Reimagining Healthcare, and Revealing the Invisible, The Gen Z Effect, Cloud Surfing, and The Innovation Zone. Tom Peters called his writing “a brilliant vision of where we must take our enterprises to survive and thrive.” And, according to the late Peter Drucker, Tom’s writing “makes you question not only the way you run your business but the way you run yourself.”
THAT WAS THE BEST PRESENTATION I’VE EVER HEARD – INCLUDING ALL OF THE TED TALKS I’VE BEEN TO.
– Steve Wozniak, co-founder Apple