Futurist Brian Solis And Political Analyst Matthew Dowd To Deliver NAMA Show Keynote Address

Posted On: 1/25/2018

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Brian Solis
Michael Dowd
CHICAGO  --  Futurist Brian Solis and political analyst Matthew Dowd will share the general session stage, delivering two keynote talks at The NAMA Show. The National Association Merchandising Association's annual trade show and convention will take place Mar. 21-23 at the Las Vegas Convention Center.

In this new side-by-side format, Solis and Dowd will challenge conventional thinking and provide participants with two distinct, but interrelated perspectives on how to navigate this period of uncertainty and accelerated change.

Using insights and lessons from key moments in history, as well as the current social landscape, Solis and Dowd will make sense of political, societal and consumer trends, providing a broader context for interpreting current reality and inspiring a renewed sense of hope and empowerment for businesses and individuals alike.

Brian Solis is a principal analyst at Altimeter Group, where he is studying digital transformation and how businesses are investing in new models and strategies to design the new digital customer experience.

Additionally, he studies corporate and startup innovation to learn how to disrupt markets before being disrupted. A digital analyst, anthropologist and futurist, Solis has studied and influenced the effects of emerging technology on business, marketing, and culture. His research and his books help executives, and also everyday people better understand the relationship between the evolution of technology and its impact on business and society and also the role we each play in it.

Matthew Dowd is a well-known political consultant, commentator and strategist. For the past 30 years, he has helped shape strategies and campaigns for CEOs, corporations, foundations, governments, candidates and presidents. He is currently an analyst with Bloomberg, ABC News, and ABC's "This Week," and a columnist for National Journal. He provides audiences with an insider's view of the processes and players in American politics today and dishes out shrewd, tried and true guidance for a better business and a better political brand.

Those who register for The NAMA Show by Feb. 14 will be entered to win a pair of Las Vegas show tickets to a show of their choice. Click here to register.