NPR, CBS, and New York Times featured author, Veteran SXSW speaker, and IBM Futurist who inspires companies in data-rich industries to leverage technology and data to drive customer loyalty, advocacy, and profitability.
Evan Carroll is the author of two technology books and has appeared in major news outlets including The New York Times, CBS Sunday Morning, NPR’s Fresh Air, The Atlantic, and Popular Science.
Evan’s career spans roles in user experience, marketing, and product management for leading agencies and technology companies, including IBM, Ketchum, and ChannelAdvisor. As a keynote speaker and trainer, Evan inspires companies to improve customer loyalty, advocacy and ultimately the bottom line.
WHAT CLIENTS ARE SAYING
Evan Carroll is such a dynamic, engaging speaker that we felt very lucky to have him on stage for our 39th Annual International Collegiate Conference. Having his presence as an active professional and volunteer in the field truly resonated with our collegiate audience. Evan’s professionalism, talent and excellent sense of humor exceeded our expectations and helped us deliver an amazing Conference.
I have asked Evan to speak for multiple events and recommended him to numerous peers. He has an insightful, interactive presentation that makes the audience think. He shares real-world examples that reinforce his topic and provide great ideas for the attendees. Plus, he’s easy to work with!
Evan Carroll, co-author of “Blue Goldfish,” did a superb job as keynote speaker at PR News’ Measurement Conference, which was held April 21, 2016, at the National Press Club in Washington, D.C. Evan made a point of learning about our audience of PR professionals, and took special note that many of them work for B2B companies, nonprofits, and government agencies. The day was all about using audience data to improve your brand communications, and Evan energetically and entertainingly showed attendees examples of how to “think outside the fishbowl” and put their audience before their brand.
Evan Caroll was an absolute pleasure to work with. After an unforeseen scheduling mishap on our part, Evan was quick to offer solutions to remedy the situation and make sure that we, as his clients, were happy. We found him to be very enthusiastic and knowledgeable about the topic, and his presentation was both engaging and relatable. Would highly recommend Evan to anyone looking for tips on how to enhance the customer experience through technology; he practices what he preaches, and it works.
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