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Julie Austin is an award-winning author and inventor. Her patented product, Swiggies (wrist water bottles) have been a NASDAQ product of the year semifinalist and are currently sold in 24 countries. She's appeared on ABC, CBS, NBC, FOX News, The Today Show, and HGTV, along with dozens of TV shows, magazines and radio shows around the world. She's a "go-to" media expert in the fields of innovation & creativity, and is featured in the books Patently Female and Girls Think of Everything. She has taught scientists, executives, small business owners, seniors and kids how to use creativity and innovation to develop new products, beat the competition, improve the bottom line, generate new marketing techniques, expand into new markets, develop new delivery systems, and live a better life.
Why should you hire Julie? First of all, if you don't, your competition will, and they will get all the insider tips and secrets they need to become #1 in your industry. And what does it take to become #1? Fearless innovation! There are very few female innovation speakers, and even fewer who have actually innovated. Julie is both. Julie will teach you how to generate ideas on a consistent basis: Ideas to cut costs, improve sales, create new products, services, business models, ad campaigns, marketing and PR angles, and unique promotions. Imagine those tools in the hands of your competitors.
As the gatekeeper for an international Academy Award winning production company, Julie knows how to construct a great story. She's worked in the development of over 1,000 scripts and heard numerous pitches requesting funding from $50,000 to $5 million dollars.
Julie comes from a background in the TV & film industry and has had jobs as diverse as commercial actor and TV host to TV/film distributor/writer, so she knows the creative, as well as the business side, and customizes most of her speeches for the audience she’s speaking to.