LeWeb 2013: hanging out with communications coach Carmine Gallo

LeWeb 2013: hanging out with communications coach Carmine Gallo
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On day 2 of the LeWeb2013 conference in Paris, euronews’ Mark Davis received Carmine Gallo, a speaker at LeWeb, for a Google+ Hangout On Air.

Carmine Gallo is the communications coach for the world’s most admired brands. He’s a popular keynote speaker, columnist, and the author of seven business books including the international bestseller The Presentation Secrets of Steve Jobs and The Apple Experience, the first book to explore the customer service practices of the world’s most successful retail store.

In his upcoming book, Talk Like TED, Carmine reveals the 9 public speaking secrets of the world’s top minds. Through extensive interviews with popular TED speakers and leading neuroscientists, Carmine identifies the exact techniques that make a great TED presentation great, explains the science behind each one, and shows you how to apply the principles to sell your ideas and inspire your audiences more persuasively than you’ve ever imagined. “Talk Like TED is an engaging and exciting read. There’s no doubt this book will help you reach hearts and minds,” says Guy Kawasaki. A former CNN and CBS correspondent, Gallo parlayed his successful career as a broadcast journalist into a communications practice where he coaches leaders who make products that touch your life every day. His clients include Intel, Coca-Cola, Chevron,, SanDisk, Medtronic, Hyundai, LinkedIn, Pfizer, and many other global brands.

As a popular keynote speaker, Carmine inspires and energizes his audiences while offering practical advice that they can use today. In his regular column on, he writes about success, leadership, and communications. He has been featured on ABC’s 20/20, Bloomberg Television, CNBC, Success Magazine, and The Wall Street Journal, among others. Carmine is a former CNN and CBS television anchor and business news correspondent, graduated with honors from UCLA, and has a Master’s Degree from the Medill School of Journalism at Northwestern.

Seize your chance to discuss the future of technology with the people who are making it, Check the other hangouts at LeWeb2013

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