Alan Gold, an opinion columnist for The Australian, The Spectator and a number of global information sites, is one of Australia's most original thinkers in the area of thinking.
As a novelist and literary critic, Alan applies the creative and eclectic skills of the fiction writer in his lectures on the incorporation of creative thinking to business and the professions. Alan's lectures in the United States on the junction between creative thinking and management has broken new and exciting ground in the ways in which major American corporations are beginning to view their roles in the Internet era.
Alan Gold specializes in introducing the creative mind into the business environment. As one of Australia's most dynamic and confronting sales, marketing and business speakers, his ideas are both radical and controversial. During the past decade, as one of Australia’s most successful internationally published novelists, Alan has concentrated on advising business houses on the value and application of creativity into the marketing and commercial world.
Having written 15 novels, published throughout the world, with a Hollywood movie being made of his latest book, Alan's advice is keenly sought by business leaders keen for their staff to think beyond the square. He has been called a '21st Century Edward de Bono'. He advises some of Australia's major corporations and his work has resulted in some of the most imaginative and creative marketing and promotional activity in Australia. Alan is a skilled communicator, business expert, sales trainer and marketing motivator.
One of Australia's most innovative speakers, Alan's recent work in the role of the internet in the future of marketing and selling has raised many eyebrows.
Alan Gold travels from New South Wales Australia
- Introducing Creativity into Business Thinking
- Relationship Marketing - Making it Work
- The Power of Fiction to Influence the Business Mind
- The Power of the Data Base
"Extremely professional. Nancy is great."
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