Michael Brenner


About Michael Brenner

Michael Brenner is a globally-recognized keynote speaker, author of  The Content Formula and the CEO of Marketing Insider GroupHe has worked in leadership positions in sales and marketing for global brands like SAP and Nielsen, as well as for thriving startups. Today, Michael shares his passion on leadership and marketing strategies that deliver customer value and business impact. He is recognized by the Huffington Post as a Top Business Keynote Speaker and   a top  CMO influencer by Forbes.

media, digital disruption, consulting firms, business strategy

The Disruptors: Consulting Firms And Agencies In The Emerging Digital Landscape

11-Apr-2019 | Michael Brenner

Disruption has become the new norm in many industries, as new paradigms and technologies buck the status quo. For media agencies that provide both talent and resource-based solutions, disruption has u

digital media, AI, automation, analytics, marketing, brand, chatbot

Disruption And Opportunity: Advanced Analytics, Automation, And AI In Digital Media

26-Mar-2019 | Michael Brenner

Just a few decades ago, futuristic science fiction movies were peppered with interactive advertising that recognized individuals as they roamed the streets and played personalized media specifically f

knowledge platform, knowledge as a service, KaaS, machine learning, AI, digital disruption

Knowledge As A Service: Embracing Disruptors To Drive Revenues

20-Mar-2019 | Michael Brenner

If knowledge is power, it's not surprising someone realized the value in packaging it as a product. For professional service companies, Knowledge as a Service (or KaaS) is becoming a critical concept

omnichannel, marketing

The Power Of Relevancy: Leveraging The Three Cs Of Omnichannel Experience

5-Mar-2019 | Michael Brenner

Relevancy is the name of the game when it comes to any customer experience today. Everyone is going digital at some level, especially consumers, and omnichannel is a growing factor in how individuals

predictive analytics, communication, marketing, advertising, communications

Digital Media And New Communications Paradigms In The Digital Age

4-Mar-2019 | Michael Brenner

Imagine you are walking through an airport, proud of your brand’s ads throughout. And then you see someone who fits perfectly into your target audience. You’re excited at the prospect, until you

employee experience, intelligent enterprise, HR

Employee Experience: Bridging The “Why” Gap Of Intelligent Enterprise

27-Feb-2019 | Michael Brenner

The professional services market is evolving. As a recent Forbes piece points out, by 2022 more than 58 million new jobs will be created across employment categories that don't yet exist (or have bare

digital media, media, blockchain, smart contracts, piracy, copyright, streaming media

Media Market Disruptor? The Evolving Benefits Of Blockchain

6-Dec-2018 | Michael Brenner

Digital content has disrupted the media industry. According to NME, web-based music streaming sites saw more than 30 billion visits last year, while Coin Telegraph notes that digital advertising reven

marketing, direct to consumer, DTC, personalized content, customer engagement

Direct-to-Consumer: The Power Of Personalized Content

14-Nov-2018 | Michael Brenner

Imagine digital signage that connects with people and meets their unique information needs. Customers see answers that are uniquely relevant to them based on real-time composite data. Generating truly

intelligent enterprise, media company, artificial intelligence

What The Intelligent Enterprise Means For Media Companies

18-Oct-2018 | Michael Brenner

The digital landscape is changing. What media companies once took for granted – channel loyalty, captive audiences, and scaling on the back of a portfolio full of tangible products – has fallen

digital media, streaming, digital downloads, entertainment

Streaming Vs. Downloads: The Current State Of Digital Content

8-Oct-2018 | Michael Brenner

Digital content streaming is on the rise. As Forbes noted, streaming was responsible for $2.5 billion worth of U.S. music sales in 2017 – marking a 48% jump from the previous year. Content downloa