Eric Kuhn

World’s Foremost Social Media Innovator

An enthusiastic and engaging speaker, Eric Kuhn shares fresh ideas and actionable data that inspire listeners to re-think the way they understand and utilize innovation and technology.  Key among the benefits of hearing Kuhn speak is that he provides real, practical takeaways—in the form of raw industry data, anecdotes, and tips—that organizations and leaders can readily apply to their own entrepreneurial goals.  Kuhn has keynoted and moderated numerous industry conferences and events around the world and regularly speaks with companies and private equity funds to help them better understand technology and innovation.

BIO

  • As a company in today’s world, social media is of the utmost importance. Eric Kuhn draws from his experience in launching the social media platforms of both CNN and the NBA to explain how to use social media to your advantage and make sure you are maximizing your potential in how it is used.
  • Eric shares fresh ideas and actionable data to help you and your organization understand and utilize innovation and technology.  He provides real, practical takeaways—in the form of raw industry data, anecdotes, and tips—that organizations and leaders can readily apply to their own entrepreneurial goals.
  • Eric can tailor his presentation to your company’s needs to ensure audiences come away with actionable tips and takeaways.

Eric Kuhn is a prodigal social media virtuoso and Hollywood’s first social media agent. A leader and an innovator, Kuhn has brought some of the country’s largest and most prestigious organizations into the new media age.

Kuhn was the first-ever Audience Interaction Producer at CNN, where he ran social media and focused on television-web integration for the network. While at CNN, he brokered high-profile partnerships with digital companies such as Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, and Foursquare. For the past three years, Kuhn ran social media at United Talent Agency, building bridges between Silicon Valley and Hollywood. He represents emerging technology companies and provides advisory services to Fortune 500 corporations and some of the biggest writers, directors, actors and producers in entertainment.

  • As a company in today’s world, social media is of the utmost importance. Eric Kuhn draws from his experience in launching the social media platforms of both CNN and the NBA to explain how to use social media to your advantage and make sure you are maximizing your potential in how it is used.
  • Eric shares fresh ideas and actionable data to help you and your organization understand and utilize innovation and technology.  He provides real, practical takeaways—in the form of raw industry data, anecdotes, and tips—that organizations and leaders can readily apply to their own entrepreneurial goals.
  • Eric can tailor his presentation to your company’s needs to ensure audiences come away with actionable tips and takeaways.

Eric Kuhn is a prodigal social media virtuoso and Hollywood’s first social media agent. A leader and an innovator, Kuhn has brought some of the country’s largest and most prestigious organizations into the new media age.

Kuhn was the first-ever Audience Interaction Producer at CNN, where he ran social media and focused on television-web integration for the network. While at CNN, he brokered high-profile partnerships with digital companies such as Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, and Foursquare. For the past three years, Kuhn ran social media at United Talent Agency, building bridges between Silicon Valley and Hollywood. He represents emerging technology companies and provides advisory services to Fortune 500 corporations and some of the biggest writers, directors, actors and producers in entertainment.

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SPEECH TOPICS

Ahead of the Curve: Leveraging Social Media to Revolutionize Your Business

College Boy Makes Good: From Intern to Hollywood Trailblazer in Under Two Years

From Best Practices to Next Practices: Making the Most of the Current Social Networks, While Being Prepared for What’s to Come

From Hollywood to Silicon Valley: Bridging Content and Technology