Jeremy Gutsche is an innovation expert and the award-winning author of Exploiting Chaos and the new book Better and Faster.
Jeremy Gutsche, MBA, CFA, is a New York Times bestselling author, an award-winning innovation expert, "one of the most sought-after keynote speakers on the planet" (The Sun Newspaper) and the CEO of Trend Hunter AI -- the world's #1 trend firm, driven by 200,000 idea hunters and 3 billion views from 150,000,000 visitors.
Prior to Trend Hunter, Jeremy grew a $1 billion portfolio for a bank, and today, over 500 brands, billionaires and CEOs rely on his innovation keynotes and consulting firm to ACCELERATE INNOVATION and MAKE CHANGE HAPPEN, including Disney, Starbucks, Red Bull, Netflix, LEGO, Victoria Secret, Coca-Cola, IBM and Wells Fargo. He's even helped NASA prototype the Journey to Mars!Routinely sourced by the media, Jeremy's broad appeal ranges from The Economist and CNN to Entertainment Tonight and The New York Times.
He has been described as "a new breed of trend spotter" by The Guardian, "an eagle eye" by Global TV, an "Oracle" by the Globe and Mail, an "intellectual can of Red Bull" by Association Week, "the rockstar of keynote speakers" by Meetings Professional International and "on the forefront of cool" by MTV.
"The best, most engaging and most relevant business event I have ever attended."
-– Chief Strategy Officer & SVP of Marketing, UNIVERSAL
Founder Vayner Media
Former CMO of AirBnB
CEO Johnny Cupcakes
BETTER & FASTER- The Proven Path to Unstoppable Ideas
In his latest speech (and New York Times Bestselling Book), Jeremy will make you Better & Faster -- better at making change happen, and faster at finding your next idea. Based on the world's largest study of trends and ideas, the book is rooted in research into 300,000 ideas using Trend Hunter's 150,000,000 person audience like a giant focus group. The result is a series of frameworks battle-tested while helping to solve some of the world's toughest innovation problems with Jeremy's 500 brand, billionaire and CEO clients, ranging from Victoria’s Secret, Coca-Cola and Sony to IBM, Walmart, Wells Fargo and Hughes Aerospace.