Alan Beckley invented the thin, flexible RFID protecting Wonder Wallet that became a Direct Response TV and QVC sensation. It is sold in over 10,000 retail stores in the US and Canada including Bed, Bath, and Beyond, CVS Pharmacies, Target and Walmart. He refined the design, test marketed the concept successfully in trade shows and festivals, and successfully sourced the product in China. After over thirty years in the corporate world as an engineer and telecom project manager, Alan became a full-time entrepreneur in 2009. Now he provides consulting services to assist inventors. He provide free consulting and advice to inventors. For inventors with great products that are retail-ready, Alan will provide product licensing services.
Dr. Robert Genetski – Founder of ClassicalPrinciples.com and Author of Rich Nation/Poor Nation: Why Some Nations Prosper While Others Fail
Dr. Robert Genetski has a rare combination of business and academic experience. As one of the world’s leading advocates of free market classical principles, he has written 5 books on the subject. His new book, Rich Nation, Poor Nation, shows how poor nations can become rich and how rich nations can lose their wealth. He is a world-renowned economist, teacher, author and speaker. For over 25 years, his consulting firm, ClassicalPrinciples, has helped clients to prepare for macro, global economic conditions. He has taught economics at New York University and the University of Chicago Graduate School of Business. Robert has been featured in the Wall Street Journal and Investor Business daily and on Fox and CNN.
Stephen Harvill - Speaker, President at Creative Ventures and Author of 21 Secrets of Million-Dollar Sellers: America’s Top Earners Reveal the Keys to Sales Success
Stephen Harvill helps some of the world’s most respected companies realize their true capabilities. His firm, Creative Ventures, has spend 25 years pioneering methods in organizational dynamics and strategic thinking. This boutique consulting firm worked with organizations of all sizes including Apple, Pepsi, Samsung, IBM, General Mills, the U.S. Navy, Southwest Airlines, and Microsoft. This work inspired him and gave him access to gather valuable insights from the top sellers. He interviewed 175 sales superstars who consistently produce a minimum of $1 million in annual sales. Stephen found twenty-one distinct behaviors key to success. They are highlighted in his new book “21 Secrets of Million-Dollar Sellers.”