Vince Ebert began his career at an international consultancy agency, where he gained significant experience in marketing and business. To inspire more people, Vince decided to leave his job in 1998 and discovered his passion for the stage.
Vince’s thrilling keynotes are both informative and highly entertaining. Since 2015 he has been performing in English, for large multinational corporations like SIEMENS, BASF PricewaterhouseCoopers or MERCK, as well as at global science conferences. Currently he’s on tour with two different keynotes:
In “Randomly successful,“ Vince explains what entrepreneurial strategies are necessary in order to stay flexible and able to react to unforeseeable incidents and remain cutting-edge. He does this by using funny examples from natural sciences, neuro-marketing, and chaos theory. Coincidence is absolutely vital for progress and innovation. After all, the most successful system of our universe is based on trial and error: evolution. Without coincidence and chance the most influential species would never have been able to generate. Give chance a chance!
In his second keynote, “Big Dadaism,” Vince relays what’s the difference between the business world of tomorrow and what are just modern myths, empty promises and horrific visions of the future. Will Big Data, Artificial Intelligence and the Silicon Valley geeks really cause a revolution of our everyday work life? Vince Ebert advises us to stay calm. We don’t have to be afraid of digitization. On the contrary. 10 years ago, the German celebrity fashion designer, Rudolph Moshammer, was strangled with a telephone cord. Today this would be technically impossible.