Shareology: How Sharing Powers the Human Economy

Bryan Kramer
Sharing has always been a fundamental human behavior that has been central to our survival as a human race. Sharing stories, processes, insights, philosophies, techniques, secrets-sharing is how we connect to each other and advance forward. Now, with technologies like the Internet, video, social media and mobile, sharing has increased its ease and scale to a global level. In this program, Bryan discusses the ways we, as humans, need to rethink how, what, why and where we share ideas to influence and affect the direction we want for our global tribe.

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* Include the two-way video experience (including interactive HD streaming video and audio) and dedicated support

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Bryan Kramer is one of the world’s foremost leaders in the art and science of sharing, and has been credited with instigating the Human to Human (#H2H) business movement in marketing and social. With over 300,000 social fans and followers, and an intimate understanding of the intricacies and interworking of both social technologies and social behaviors, Bryan is both a practitioner and authority on the subject. He is a bestselling business author and renowned global speaker, consultant and trainer. Bryan has appeared on many lists naming him as a top Social/Content/Digital CEO and Global Marketing leader, and has won numerous awards and honors for his nonprofit and agency work.

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