You have to start jumping the curve and inspiring ingenuity.
Houston, TX (PRWEB) October 14, 2014
Following on the heels of a highly successful keynote at the Emerson 2014 Global Users Exchange in Orlando, futurist and trend expert Jack Uldrich will deliver a series of keynotes for ABB/Thomas and Betts new product launches across the U.S. On October 13th he spoke in at the first ABB/Thomas & Betts event in Hollywood, CA., and on October 15th he will deliver his talk, "Breakthrough: Ten Technological Trends Transforming Tomorrow" again at their event in Houston, TX.
Aaron Hand of Automation Times noted that, "Jack Uldrich urged everyone at Emerson Exchange this week to step away from the daily grind and think about the future. Technological capabilities are skyrocketing everywhere, and we need to change the way we think about them if we’re going to jump that curve."
Jumping the curve by knowing what it is you are up against is precisely what Uldrich does best. His savvy insights into future trends coupled with a dynamic speaking presence has his audiences everywhere standing at attention, and changing they way they are thinking.
Among some of the topics Uldrich covers in his "Ten Technological Trends" talk are wearable technology, 3D manufacturing. nanotechnology (Uldrich is the author of the best selling book, "The Next Big Thing is Really Small,") robotics, sensors, genomics, computers, Big Data, renewables and collaborative consumption. “These trends aren’t creeping up linearly. They’re shooting up exponentially,” says Uldrich.
In addition to his stops in Hollywood and Houston, Uldrich will also be delivering keynotes for ABB/Thomas & Betts product launches in Chicago, Atlanta and New York City. He also speaks this month at the American Sportfishing Association, and he returns to the PMA in California as well as the CRS Client Conference in Texas. He delivers keynotes to a wide variety of industries including healthcare, finance, manufacturing and education.
Parties interested in learning more about Jack Uldrich, his books or speaking availability are encouraged to contact Amy Tomczyk at (651) 343-0660. His blog posts can be seen on his website jumpthecurve.net.