I’ve been lucky to do a lot of speaking for Museum Hack recently. Conference organizers often ask me for speaker recommendations. I asked my network of friends on Facebook, and here are some suggestions that I got back.
Nick’s speaker suggestions:
Nathan is Director of Strategy and Associate Creative Director at Local Projects. Local Projects is an architecture, media and technology studio. They are on a mission to push the boundaries of human experience.
He runs a company in NY called Scott’s Pizza Tour. It is my favorite tour, besides Museum Hack, in the world.
She does improvisation and works in museums with autistic children.
Has an App called “1 Second Every Day” and has spoken at TED.
He’s a world traveler, author, and entrepreneur. Also one of my best friends.
She’s spoken at Skift and a bunch of other spots.
Another one of my best friends. I heard him speak at INK in 2012.
From my friends network:
His background is in the speaking world and is always in the know of who could be a good fit — he’ll probably have a couple ideas.
She’s the CEO of BookaLokal + SixPlus. HBS. Gives presentations all over the world.
Referred to me from Halle Tecco. Zim runs…. (about her company) https://www.facebook.com/zim.ugochukwu/about
Design Hotels / Architect extraordinaire
Via Brad Vogel, who said: “Albert Podell, perhaps? He spoke to our Circumnavigators Club recently and was very well received.”
Thanks Sarah! Hey Nick, fellow Awesome NYC grantee (Subway Sets), now founder of SlingShot. Flights (making frequent flyer travel dead simple). Sounds like an awesome opp, would love to hear more.
“I had a great speech on how to hack your miles card, but it’s outdated now. Still, I can do a speech on how to identify travel trends and avoid them, why the best hotels are for old people, and when you should decide to go sailing for a few days.”
I’m speaking at 3-4 conferences this coming year – all related to travel and tourism! Would love to be introduced and perhaps share our vision at Be a Better Guide!