Topic: The last Gatekeeper
Across every industry and sector, the old paradigms of approval and permission are being disrupted. Entrepreneurs and creators are using the connective power of the internet and crowdfunding to ignore and circumvent traditional gatekeepers.
Don’t miss Clay Hebert’s keynote about this topic at the upcoming Disruptors Business Conference on September 5th in Dublin. Through stories from the worlds of publishing, investing, media, education and fashion, Clay walks us through this unprecedented change and explains the once-in-a-lifetime opportunity it presents for us all.
About Clay Hebert:
Clay Hebert is an internationally acclaimed marketing strategist and the founder of CrowdfundingHacks, where he helps entrepreneurs and creatives fund their dreams. As one of the world’s leading crowdfunding experts, Clay has helped over 60 entrepreneurs raise over $8M on popular crowdfunding platforms Kickstarter and Indiegogo.
A frequent keynote speaker, Clay engages audiences around the globe on innovation, creativity, crowdfunding, marketing, entrepreneurship and the future of work.
Clay has trained senior leaders at Fortune 500 organizations and his speaking clients have included Accenture, Pfizer, Zappos and some of the top universities and nonprofits in the world. He advises corporations and startups on strategy, marketing, innovation and culture independently and through Clarity.fm, Exobase and the First Growth Venture Network.
Clay has written for The Washington Post, Forbes and The Next Web and his work has been featured in The New York Times, Entrepreneur, Fast Company, Lifehacker and The Financial Post. He is a regular guest on FOX Business.
After a decade solving complex problems for global clients at Accenture, the world’s largest consulting firm, Clay left corporate America and attended the most selective and unique MBA program in the United States, a six month journey working with Seth Godin and eight other amazing people.
Clay is active on Twitter at @clayhebert. He teaches crowdfunding at CrowdfundingHacks.com and writes about marketing, innovation and the future of work on his own blog at ClayHebert.com.
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