International keynote speaker Veronica Kirin is an expert at showing audiences how to transform their work from a horizontal doing-everything-at-once model to a vertical empire building strategy that expands the ideas of entrepreneurs, change makers, and innovators to a strategic multi-year plan. She is an author, anthropologist, and entrepreneur whose most notable business, award winning tech company GreenCup Digital, was scaled over the course of her tenure and sold in 2018. She is named by Forbes as one of five notable graduates of Grand Valley State University, has been recognized as founder of a Top Women Owned Business, is a recipient of the Corp! Magazine Business Diversity Leader Award, a BEQ 40 LGBTQ Business Leaders Under 40 Awardee, and owns the first business in Grand Rapids to be certified by the National LGBT Chamber of Commerce.
Veronica is the author of “Stories of Elders: What the Greatest Generation Knows About Technology that You Don’t”, a best selling book exploring how technology changed America based on the interviews of people born before 1945 which as been presented on the TEDx Stage. She has presented her workshops and keynote at conferences, training forums, and universities across the world.
“Just reaching out to send you mid-night spring greetings from Athens and a very warm thank you for your amazing professionalism, enthusiasm and inspiration. After the [Delphi Economic Forum] session this afternoon, all of us keep on receiving thank you messages for your insights and the points raised during our session. It was a great discussion. Delphi Forum also called to congratulate us! Somebody told me that he felt embarrassed not knowing you before the [panel]. I also take the opportunity to express my warm feelings for virtually meeting you. I hope we stay in touch and we exchange regularly. Looking forward to seeing you soon and welcoming you in Athens.”