Over my four+ years at Google, I delivered in excess of 250 talks to audiences around the world ranging from small team addresses to large convention keynotes. Since leaving the company, I have been continuing this tradition as I love the thrill that comes from speaking with folks about entrepreneurship, workplace innovation, and Silicon Valley generally.
If you would like to bring me to your next event, drop me a line and I will connect you to my agency. In the meantime, here is an uncomfortably self-promotional bio addendum that my booking agents insist you know when considering hiring me:
"Sacca is frequently invited to address the executive teams of leading corporations and financial institutions, including Motorola, SONY, GE Finance, Electronic Arts, Price Waterhouse Coopers, AMD, Warburg Pincus, Deloitte & Touche and many others. He perennially speaks to audiences at the Aspen Institute Ideas Festival, Fortune Brainstorm, MIT, Stanford, Oxford, International Business Forum, Thunderbird School of Management, Rutberg Wireless Symposium, SIM, The Churchill Club, The Indus Entrepreneurs and similar venues and events.
The Wall Street Journal cited Sacca as "possibly the most influential businessman in America" and Fast Company magazine named him a "Person to Watch." He was also recently recognized as a Henry Crown Fellow of the Aspen Institute, annually recognizing 20 of the world's most promising leaders and public servants under the age of 45. He regularly appears on television, radio, and in print and Internet media, including appearances on CNBC, NPR, ABC News, the BBC, and articles in The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, Business Week, Fortune, Newsweek, The Washington Post, Fast Company, PC World, and Business 2.0."