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Brian Solis

Brian Solis is an author, prominent blogger, and keynote speaker. He is also a principal analyst at Altimeter Group. His latest book, The End Of Business As Usual (Wiley, 2011), looks at the changing consumer landscape, its impact on business and what companies can do to adapt and lead. It was recently named as a Top 10 Business Book by Publisher’s Weekly. His previous book Engage (Wiley, 2010), examines the social media landscape and how to effectively use social media to succeed in business. Brian’s blog is ranked in the top 10 marketing blogs in the AdAge Power 150 and is also a Top 100 business blog as ranked by Technorati. In addition to his writing and research, Brian is the host of the annual Pivot Conference where brands, agencies, and experts come together to address challenges and opportunities in new media. Brian also hosts Revolution, an online video series that examines technology, trends and best practices.

4 Recent Stories

When Sustainability Stories Are Good BusinessPlay Video

When Sustainability Stories Are Good Business (Video)

A Los Angeles-based multimedia platform focuses on inspiring stories about the environment to help counterbalance the usual doom-and-gloom narrative.
June 14, 2013 in Profiles
'Entourage' Star Adrian Grenier Starts Music IncubatorPlay Video

'Entourage' Star Adrian Grenier Starts Music Incubator (Video)

While the young actor has already co-founded or invested in several startups, this time Grenier is changing his tune. Brian Solis spoke with him about his new venture.
March 21, 2013 in Startup Financing
Shaquille O'Neal on What Inspires His Business DecisionsPlay Video

Shaquille O'Neal on What Inspires His Business Decisions (Video)

At SXSW, the former pro-basketball star and self-described high-level geek explains what drives him to invest in startups and what's next.
March 15, 2013 in Profiles
Innovation in the Social Age

Innovation in the Social Age

Entrepreneur explores the innovation behind three companies -- Foursquare, Square and Zappos.
December 1, 2010 in Innovation