Gideon Amichay is an international public speaker about innovation, creativity and advertising in some of the most prestigious venues around the world.
He is a lecturer at the School of Visual Arts in New York (“Innovation in Advertising”) and a guest lecturer at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem (MBA,Business school) Tel Aviv University, IDC MBA School and others.
Amichay’s current topics :
No, No, No, No, No, Yes ®
EVERY “NO” IS A GREAT OPPORTUNITY TO SEARCH FOR THE NEXT “YES”.
NO. IT IS A WORD THAT EVERY CEO, ENTREPRENEUR AND CREATIVE PROFESSIONAL HAS CONFRONTED.
IT IS A WORD THAT BOTH NOVICES AND SEASONED PROFESSIONALS DREAD.
IT IS A WORD THAT CAN EASILY SEEM LIKE DEATH TO A DREAM.
AND YET IT IS ALSO A WORD THAT CAN POINT IN THE RIGHT DIRECTION.
IT IS A WORD THAT MOTIVATES US TO DO SOMETHING DIFFERENTLY, TRY SOMEONE ELSE,
GET BETTER, INNOVATE AND KEEP GOING.
AMICHAY GIVES A MOTIVATIONAL INSPIRING LECTURE, BASED ON HIS SUCCESSFUL TEDX TALKS.
FOR THIS LECTURE WE OFFER A SPECIAL PROMOTION FOR GIDEON AMICHAY'S BOOK "NO, NO, NO, NO, NO, YES". YOU CAN ORDER BOOKS AT A SPECIAL RATE FOR YOUR AUDIENCE, AND MR. AMICHAY WILL SIGN THEM AFTER THE LECTURE.
LIFE IN BETA
EVERYTHING IS CONSTANTLY DEVELOPING ALL THE TIME ALL OVER THE WORLD.
THIS HAS A DRAMATIC EFFECT ON THE AD/MARKETING WORLD AND WE, AS AGENCIES OR MARKETERS,
HAVE TO ACCEPT THIS WAY OF LIFE WITH OPEN ARMS.
2016 > 2015
10 BREAKTHROUGH THOUGHTS ABOUT THE FUTURE OF ADVERTISING.
Liron ben yacov Lectures on Interruption in advertising innovation and creative thinking.
Liron’s current topics :
We live in a complex world, a world with volumes of information, knowledge and vast change. A world where innovation and flexibility are required, where the common person can be an influential. A world where economic competition is decided by the inventiveness. such a world requires citizens with creative thinking abilities.
Why is your child more creative than you?
It is very difficult to get inside the head of a baby that is still not set. There is no software or operating system, only observation. How can we see the world through the eyes of a child and is it possible?