Brian Solis

Global Innovation Evangelist at Salesforce, digital anthropologist, bestselling author

Global Innovation Evangelist at Salesforce, digital anthropologist, bestselling author

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Brian Solis, digital anthropologist and a global innovation evangelist at Salesforce, talks about how the novel coronavirus will spark innovation, and how companies and businesses must…

Digital Darwinism and COVID-19: Businesses must adapt or perish in new economy

Brian Solis, digital anthropologist and a global innovation evangelist at Salesforce, talks about how the novel coronavirus will spark innovation, and how companies and businesses must…

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