Andreas shares his insights on the untapped power of data, challenging the minds of his audiences to help them understand the irreversible change in how individuals express themselves, relate to each other and make purchasing and lifestyle decisions.
- Data Sets, Tool Sets, Skill Sets, Mindset
- E-commerce, Me-commerce, We-commerce
- Case: The secret of Amazon’s Recommendations
- Content, Context, Connection, Community and Conversation (5 C’s of marketing)
- Formulating the Equations of the Business in Customer-Centric Terms
- The New Time Scale of Innovation
What he offers
How he presents
Andreas is an engaging and entertaining speaker, he focuses on important, often hard questions and uses carefully chosen examples from his extensive network and vast expertise to expound on these questions. His goal is to challenge the minds of the audience.
Andreas Weigend’s expertise is the future of big data, social-mobile technologies, and consumer behavior. He teaches at Stanford University and UC Berkeley, directs the Social Data Lab, and speaks at corporate events and top conferences around the globe. He received his Ph.D. in Physics from Stanford University after studying in Germany and Cambridge, UK.
Andreas advises companies that want to embrace this new reality of social data. As Amazon’s chief scientist, he helped create the firm’s data strategy and customer-centric culture. Andreas founded the Social Data Lab, which connects faculty and students with companies looking to find new forms of engagement with their customers.
He likes to challenge the audience to see the amazing possibilities the social data revolution has for people, business, and society. He shares his insights at corporate events for companies including Google, HP, IBM, Capital One, Otto, Sony and Volkswagen, as well as at conferences organized by The Economist, Condé Nast, and others.
For the last 20 years, he has worked with global clients including Alibaba, Best Buy, Goldman Sachs, Lufthansa, SAP, SingTel, Thomson Reuters, and the World Economic Forum, as well as with many successful and exciting startups.
- Computational Finance (with Yaser S. Abu-Mostafa, Blake LeBaron & Andrew W. Lo) (2000)
Presentation Languages: English, German