I will spending a month in Europe from late April to late May, with a busy but not yet full schedule, so I’m open to offers on possible work in that period.
My trip kicks off with a keynote on The Future of Crowds at TheNextWeb Conference April 25-27 – more on that soon. I was originally planning to do some events in London and Paris shortly before then, but some potential engagements in Shanghai and Singapore mean I will probably arrive in Europe not long before TheNextWeb.
Building on my visit, the consulting firm Across Technology told me they were “impressed by my engaging style as a keynote speaker and talent as a workshop facilitator”, and invited me do a European tour. That has already resulted in them confirming a series of keynote engagements in early to mid-May in locations including Luxembourg, Italy, and Moscow.
With the success of my new book Getting Results From Crowds we have already put out a call for partners for crowdsourcing workshops, and are finalizing details for, among other European locations, workshops at Hub Westminster in London and immediately following Crowdsourcing Summit in Cologne.
If you or anyone you know might be interested in engaging me while I’m in Europe, please do get in touch. The RossDawson.com website is the best single reference for my work as a keynote speaker, and you can also refer to the crowdsourcing workshops partner concept (which could also be on other topics).
Of course don’t hesitate if there is interest from other locations as well – I already have a potential engagement in Washington D.C. in early May for which I’d hop over from Europe. I will also no doubt be back in Europe before long given the demand I’m experiencing.