Terry Brock - Hall of Fame Speaker and Co-Author of Klout Matters: How to Engage Customers, Boost Your Digital Influence–and Raise Your Klout Score for Success
Terry Brock works with organizations to achieve their best increasing sales and profitability. He is co-author of the best-selling McGraw-Hill book, Klout Matters. It is about social media and how to be most effective with it using Klout as a measuring stick. He helps organizations use video, audio, Blogging, Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn, YouTube and more to build marketing and help achieve real-world business goals. Terry is a Professional Speaker Hall of Fame Member and helps organizations make sense of the social media mayhem to build strong relationships with customers. When AT&T needed an experienced blogger to head up their industry-leading blog, they brought Terry on as Editor-in-Chief and when Skype needed help with Enterprise blogging to show the business benefits of Skype, they had Terry come on board as their Chief Enterprise Blogger. His presentations are fun, funny, packed with energy and knowledge on how to use the rules and tools of technology and social media. He’s been speaking since 1983, so he knows a lot about how to help organizations overcome the fear of technology and the confusion of social media.
Brandon Fong - Co-Founder & COO of Intern Betas
As a student at the University of Wisconsin-Whitewater, Brandon Fong is the President of the Collegiate Entrepreneurs’ Organization and the Co-Founder and COO of Intern Betas. The company curates the Best Internships from Startups & Innovative Companies. Fueled by his passion for entrepreneurship, he continuously seeks opportunities to express his leadership abilities. His encompassing goal is to develop businesses that leave behind an impact on this world. Brandon is always searching for more to achieve, more ideas to develop, and more lives to touch. He enjoys working with others and surrounding myself with people who can continue to challenge me in ways that he hasn’t been challenged before. He won 1st Place at the Warhawk Business Plan Competition, 1st Place in the Superior Student Writing Competition, was voted “Most Likely to Rule the World,” and won 1st Place in the State Competition for Entrepreneurship run by DECA.