Two new videos show Sven Gabor Janszky on the speaker´s platform
As a Global Topspeaker and keynote speaker, Germany’s most famous futurologist Sven Gabor Janszky is on the move a lot. With his fascinating knowledge of the future, he inspires audiences at all kinds of events. Now, two new videos give an even better impression of his performance on stage. On the Global Topspeakers‘ YouTube Channel, you may follow the presentation given on the occasion of the “Bundeskonferenz der Wirtschaftsjunioren” (the National Conference of the Junior Chamber International Germany) as well as the presentation at the Sparkasse Ingolstadt (Ingolstadt Savings Bank) – unabridged and full-length.
More than 1,000 participants from all over Germany came together at the “Bundeskonferenz der Wirtschafjunioren”, BUKO in short, in Augsburg. For many of them, Sven Gabor Janszky with his presentation „2030: How much ‘human’ can the future take“ was a real highlight on the event program. The standing ovations in the video, by which the audience thanked the renowned futurologist afterwards, prove this fact as well. In the course of his lecture, Janszky evoked the most diverse emotions: When in his comprehensive vision of the future he talked about trendsetting technologies, he made the audience laugh at some points and shake their heads at others. In the end, however, one message that he addressed directly to the German Jaycees was of particular importance to him: In his opinion, it’s especially the young business talents who will have to assume great responsibility in the business world in the future.
A second, one-hour video shows Sven Gabor Janszky at a lecture on the future given for the Sparkasse Ingolstadt (Ingolstadt Savings Bank). In a very impressive way, he makes it clear to his audience why bank customers will soon trust digital software more than a human consultant, especially when it comes to financial issues.
Futurologist Sven Gabor Janszky is a Global Topspeaker who fascinates, inspires and motivates. The two videos of his current lectures illustrate how he adapts the contents of his presentations to specific industries, responds to his audience and thus wins them over to the fascination “future”.