Rohit Bhargava

  • Expert on marketing, digital disruption, innovation, trend curation.
  • Professor Georgetown University: Digital Strategy & Storytelling.
  • TEDx speaker.
  • Bestselling author of five books.


Rohit Bhargava is a trend curator and storyteller who has dedicated his career to helping brands and leaders be more influential and believable by embracing their humanity and personality. He is the author of five best-selling business books on wide ranging topics including business trends (Non-Obvious – Wall Street Journal bestseller) and trust and believability (Likeonomics – shortlisted for Best Sales/Marketing Book of the Year by 1800CEORead).

His first book, Personality Not Included (published by McGraw-Hill in 2008), won the prestigious Gold Atticus award and is still widely cited as a favorite of executive leaders and CEOs around the world for its groundbreaking ideas on leadership, branding and personality.


Trends & Innovation Theme
Non Obvious 2017 – How To Predict The Future

What if you could predict the future? It may not be as impossible as it seems. In this exclusive talk, participants will learn five “non-obvious” habits to curate ideas and see what others miss. Based on his #1 best-selling annual trend series read by more than half a million people online, Rohit Bhargava will also share some specific trends from his 7+ years of research that matter for your industry… along with highly actionable ideas for how to use them.

Leadership & Trust Theme
The Believability Crisis – How To Be More Trusted In A World Filled With “Alternative Facts”

We are living in a time when it is harder to earn trust than ever before. People skip ads, mistrust brands and believe government and institutions are manipulating them. People disagree on what “facts” actually are. 

Trust & Branding Theme
Likeonomics – Why Some Leaders And Brands Inspire Trust And Others Don’t

Why do employees follow some leaders and not others? What separates brands that have true loyalty and even love from their customers and those that desperately cling to promotions to entice unwilling buyers?

Marketing & Storytelling Theme
The Human Brand – How To Be More Authentic, Tell Better Stories And Influence Anyone

People respond to stories, and they love human brands with personality. Authenticity is certainly a buzz word in marketing today, but the power of being more human and approachable is critical today for brands and leaders alike.

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>KEYWORDS: Trend Curator, Trends, Digital Marketing, Innovation, Brand Strategist, Digital Disruption, How to predict the future, Bestselling author, Trust, Customer engagement, Building Trust, International speaker, Trend research, Brand loyalty, Storytelling, Authentic, Influence, TEDx Speaker