About Rohit Bhargava

Rohit Bhargava has dedicated his career to bringing
more humanity back to business. He is the best selling author of six books on
marketing, innovation and leadership and has been invited to speak at more than
500 events in 32 countries. Rohit is the founder of the Non-Obvious company,
frequently advises some of the world's largest brands and has been featured in
Fast Company, GQ and the New York Times. He lives in Washington DC with his
wife and two boys, loves the Olympics and believes in listening before

Henry Coutinho-Mason runs TrendWatching's global
activities on a daily basis and is a sought-after keynote speaker. In the past
three years, he has given over 50 keynote presentations in more than 25
countries across six continents. He is regularly quoted as a trend expert,
including in the Financial Times, The New York Times, Fast Company and The
Economist; as well as appearing on television networks such as CNBC, the BBC
and Al Jazeera. In a past life, he was a qualified accountant and is
responsible for introducing "flawsome" into the business lexicon.

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