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Keynotes by Alexander Blass focus on the need to embrace "uncommon sense" and unlikely ideas in order to ahead in an unstable industry. Blass believes that in order to cope with unpredictable markets, businesses must embrace uncertainty and in turn adopt a similar perspective.
As the CEO of Alexander Blass International, Blass travels around the globe giving keynote speeches and offering strategic consulting services, to businesses that want to stay ahead of the curve. Prior to this, Blass was the CEO and Founder of RealityCharity and a Principal at Maryland Venture Fund. With regards to his educational background, Blass earned his MBA from Oxford University and a Masters of Science in Electrical Engineering form the University of Pennsylvania, while studying at the Wharton School of Business.
Blass is a highly sought-after speaker appearing at prestigious engagements such as the 'World Management Forum' and 'the Kingdowm of Saudi Arabia Entreprenuerial Summit.' Due to his entrepreneurial and innovator work, Blass was honored with various awards including the Daily Record's 'Top Innovator of the Year Award' and the Baltimore Business Journal's 'Top 40 Under 40 Executives Award.'
With his work featured in publications like 'The Wall Street Journal' and 'BusinessWeek,' Blass is a well-respected and trusted consort in the business community. In order to stay one step ahead of the competition, keynotes by Alexander Blass suggest businesses adopt unlikely initiatives and ideas.
Featured Keynote - Embracing the Unknown
Alexander Blass Urges His Audience to Keep Ideas in the Future
Alexander Blass earned a Master of Science degree in electrical engineering from the University of Pennsylvania and received his M.B.A from Oxford University. In 2007, he was awarded the Daily Record’s… Read More