Trends You Can’t Ignore Call Series
This is a monthly interview-style conversation led by John Jantsch that aims to tackle what’s coming, what’s changing, and what’s next.
In this 30-45-minute Zoom meeting session guests invited by John share their thoughts on marketing and business trends in a conversation format. These sessions don’t include training on any specific tactic but will equip you with tools to have higher level trend discussions with clients.
Listen in to the previous Trends You Can’t Ignore Recorded calls below.
Here’s the upcoming schedule:
April 28th, 2021 – Jason Falls, Director of Digital and Social Strategy at Cornett
- Jason was born in Logan, WV and raised in Pikeville, KY. He helped concept Wonderopolis, which was named one of the top 50 websites in the world by Time Magazine in 2013. He also won a SAMMY award in 2009 for his Jim Beam Bourbon social strategy. When he’s not solving problems for clients at Cornett or winning awards, Jason likes to watch sports, drink bourbon, play trivia and be a dad. He lives by the words “Never look up with your mouth open.” You’re not wrong Jason, you’re not wrong.
May 26th, 2021 – David Meerman Scott founder of the Newsjacking Movement – ***SPECIAL TIME at 2 pm CT*****
- David Meerman Scott is a marketing strategist, entrepreneur, investor and advisor to emerging companies, and bestselling author of 12 books, including “Fanocracy” and “The New Rules of Marketing & PR.” He is the founder of the Newsjacking movement and teaches the art and science of injecting your ideas into a breaking news story.
June 30th, 2021 – Chris Brogan, President of Chris Brogan Media and Author
- Chris Brogan is president of Chris Brogan Media, offering brand strategy and digital content and presence management help to businesses of all sizes. Chris is a sought after keynote speaker and showrunner of The Backpack Show. He is the New York Times bestselling author of nine books and counting. He’s working on his tenth: The Backpack.
Note: This series replaces the System Series Calls. The System Series recording and resources (along with the old BTS recordings) can be found here.
For recordings of all previous System Series Calls (before we switched to the TYCI Series), click here.