But we don’t want to stop sharing the content and ideas that we might have otherwise shared! So this page includes links to watch Rohit’s 2020 Featured Session presentation as a webinar (scroll down to watch), videos of his past talks, and details on how to buy a special set of ALL Non-Obvious past editions along with some of the fun giveaways we had planned for SXSW.
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The Non-Obvious Megatrends SXSW Webinar
Since SXSW was cancelled, we scheduled this webinar so Rohit could share some of the insights planned for his Featured Session. It was delivered to a live audience virtually on March 19, 2020 and the recorded edition is below:
Virtual Webinars, Keynotes and Training With Rohit
While travel is halted, Rohit has been working to develop ways to help people be more inspired, learn about trends and better collaborate virtually. Here are a few ways you can work with Rohit right now:
- Virtual Keynote – This is a stage-quality version of Rohit’s popular keynote presentation, filmed on location with high quality production at a local studio in the Washington DC area (where Rohit is based).
- Custom Webinar – A webinar delivered live for your employees or your customers, with recorded version for later playback.
- Virtual Workshop – A customized workshop version of Rohit’s signature Innovation Day session, featuring interactive challenges for your team working from home and collaborative exercises.
- Online Training – Courses on a variety of topics, from trend curation to marketing strategy, with content developed specifically for your industry and audience and delivered remotely or in studio.
Featured Session: Non-Obvious 2019 | Rohit Bhargava
Official video from the Featured Session presentation from Non-Obvious 2019 that Rohit delivered at SXSW 2019:
Featured Session: Non-Obvious 2018 | Rohit Bhargava
Official video from the Featured Session presentation from Non-Obvious 2019 that Rohit delivered at SXSW 2018:
Feeling More Nostalgia For SXSW?
Here is our signature list of the best panels worth seeing from the past several years of SXSW – including the card for what our picks would have been for SXSW 2020: