Dan Ariely is a professor of psychology and behavioral economics at Duke University. Dan talked about the results of their experiments and shared positive marketing technologies.
On March 20th the Digital October center held a lecture by Andy Kessler, a successful American entrepreneur and author of bestsellers such as “Running Money” (2004) and “The End of Medicine” (2006).
On the 27th of March Digital October Сenter held a lecture by Verne Harnish, at which he discussed the rules of behavior of a successful business.
On March 29th Digital October held a lecture by John Harthorne, the founder of the leading start-up accelerator Mass Challenge.
On April 9th at the Digital October Center, a Knowledge Stream lecture by David Caruso, a Yale University professor in the Department of Psychology, took place.
On June 4, the Digital October center with support of the Alpina Publisher publishing house, hosted a lecture by William Taylor — an American entrepreneur, Editor-in-Chief of the magazine Fast Company, author of the bestseller “Practically Radical,” and coauthor of “Mavericks at Work.”
On February 7, entrepreneurs Martin Bjergegaard and Jordan Milne, the authors of “Wining without losing”, gave a talk at the Digital October center as part of the Knowledge Stream project. The book contains experience from many businessmen who all have one thing in common: they don’t want to waste their lives at work.
On March 19, serial entrepreneur and author of the business bestsellers The Toilet Paper Entrepreneur and The Pumpkin Plan Mike Michalowicz spoke at the Digital October center as part of the Knowledge Stream educational project. He did explain how to make a startup into a market leader if one has little money and other resources.
Adam Smith would turn over in his grave if he saw Wall Street today, according to American economist, Laurence Brahm who is economic advisor to the Chinese government, and founder of social enterprise Shambhala Serai. On August 19 he discussed the Himalayan Consensus as a new economic paradigm.
By studying the behavior and brain activity of traders and investors, physician and financial consultant Richard Peterson devised a technology that helps evaluate how people’s fear and expectations affect the stock market. On November 27 he was “at” the Digital October Center to discuss this topic.