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Author, idea engineer, corporate anarchist, and founder of Marco Polo Explorers, the Mazda Corporation named Marco Marsan one of America's "Top Out-of-the-Box Thinkers". Marco and his Explorers have helped create a long list of remarkably successful new products for some of the biggest and smartest companies in the world, including the Energizer Titan Lantern, Pizza Hut's Dippin Strips and Four For All Pizza, Breathe Right Vapor Shots, Pepsi Blue, Tender Harvest from Gerber, Jif Smooth Sensations, General Mills Vis-Val Packaging innovation, Quaker Dinosaur Eggs, and more. His radical ideation techniques have helped create successful new products for other companies including Gatorade, Nike, and AT&T.
In his first book, Who Are You When Nobody's Looking? Marco Marsan talked about strategic life adventure. Marco Marsan's second book, Think Naked: Childlike Brilliance in the Rough Adult World, addressed the topic of childlike brilliance in the rough adult world.
His television appearances include Dateline NBC, the Montel Williams show and The View. Marco Marsan is in the 1992 Guinness Book of Records for organizing the "World's Largest Dance." Outside of Munich, Germany, there is no bigger beer bash than the Cincinnati Oktoberfest. Therefore, when Marco Marsan went looking for a place to demonstrate how to create excitement using the momentum of the moment, he chose the place where plenty of people would be willing to step in and get a little crazy, including the crowd of 43,000 dancers, with the idea of breaking a world record.
A dynamic and motivating speaker, Marco Marsan enlightens and entertains audiences around the world on the subject of innovation and new-product development. In each of his three, high-impact, interactive presentations, Marco shares his genuine passion for innovation that delivers "ideas that ship." Marco Marsan has led more than 500 "Big Idea" sessions and spoken to tens of thousands of people on the power of innovation and creativity.
At home in Cincinnati, Ohio, Marco Marsan teaches a class on innovation at the U.C. Graduate School of Business. He has remained a local and national board member of the Leukemia Society of America for over 15 years, a close personal cause.
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