Leverage the Power of Creativity to Fuel Innovation

Srini keynoted our conference for the International Live Events Association - a group of incredibly creative minds. He came right in and managed to blow people away. He and his talk were lots of things. Bold. Insightful. Challenging. Provocative. Entertaining. Relevant. Creative. Unmistakable. People have been putting him at the top of the list of "presenter of the conference," and it was easy to see why. From the committee member who recommended he come speak to our group: "Best idea yet." There is zero arguing, she is right about that! 

 -Kevin White, Director of Education, International Live Events Association


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Technology has made unparalleled amounts of creativity and innovation possible unlike any other time in history. Organizations that encourage and reward employee creativity will reap the benefits. The power that was once only available to enterprises with unlimited resources and deep pockets is now in the hands of everyone.  

For the past 10 years, Srinivas has studied what makes individuals and organizations more productive, fulfilled, creative, and innovative. With the rise of automation and artificial intelligence, Srini believes the ROI of Creativity at Work will increase exponentially.  

As the host and founder of The Unmistakable Creative - a podcast an online community with a mission to make the world more creative- He helps organizations stand out in a sea of noise and leverage the power of technology to fuel employee creativity, productivity, and innovation. Clients and speaking engagements include Citibank, Meredith Corp, The International Live Events Association, Catersource, The Experiential Marketing Summit, The Healthcare Design Expo, AVIXA, Linkedin, and TEDx.  

Srinivas is a Wall-Street Journal Best-selling Author of multiple books: The Small Army Strategy, Unmisktakable Why Only is Better Than Best, An Audience of One: Reclaiming Creativity for its own Sake and The Art of Being Unmistakable. He's obsessed with people who are good at unusual things and has interviewed more than 700 people ranging from bank robbers to billionaires on The Unmistakable Creative Podcast.