Keynotes by Gerald Celente are business-oriented discussions that examine the advantages of getting ahead in a constantly changing market. Celente believes that businesses should view changes as opportunities and potential successes, as opposed to daunting tasks that bred failures.
As the director of Trends Research Institute, Celente is well-versed in the art of forecasting, tracking and analyzing data to project trends before they are popular. Prior to his current position, Celente was a Government Affairs Specialist and an Executive Assistant to the Secretary of the New York State Senate. With regards to his education background, Celente earned an Honorary Doctorate Degree in Law from the National University of Health Sciences and a Masters in Public Administration from West Virginia University.
Having developed the "Globalnomic" method, a program designed to forecast and identify trends, Celente has earned a reputation as "today's most trusted name in trends." He is also the author of 'Trends 2000' and 'Trend Tracking: Far Better Than Mega Trends,' both of which discuss how to spot and capitalize on up-and-coming trends.
With a keen eye for spotting trends and aiding businesses on maximizing on these crucial moments, keynotes by Gerald Celente embrace the changes existing in the business world and potential greatness they have.