BCA is Excited to Announce James Kane as April Special Guest Speaker #BCAProud

1433260411769BCA is very excited to welcome James Kane as our Special Guest Speaker for the April Hospitality events. James is considered to be one of the leading Relationship Experts in the world. His focus on the science behind Loyalty will leave you inspired.

Kane is considered one of the world’s foremost experts on what makes someone truly loyal—to another person, to an organization, or to a cause—behavioral scientist and consultant, James Kane has helped some of the largest and most well-known organizations in the world, including Apple, Marriott Hotels and Major League Baseball build unbreakable relationships with customers, members, fans, volunteers, vendors, sponsors and employees.

By combining the latest scientific research from behavioral psychology and neurology with 100,000 years of human evolution, Kane is creating an entirely new understanding of what it means to be loyal and establishing a proven model for individuals and organizations to build and maintain business relationships.

One of the most quoted and profiled authorities on loyalty today, Kane has been featured in leading global and industry outlets, including The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal and BusinessWeek, and is a frequent guest on CNN, CNBC and FOX Business, which credits him as being “one of the best experts in the business.” The author of two upcoming books, The Loyalty Switch and Virtually Loyal (both available in 2016), Kane draws from his work advising organizations ranging from Fortune 100 giants to small, regional companies to deliver unprecedented insight on fostering loyalty across business platforms.

A sought after speaker, Kane has shared keynoting duties with such business and political thought leaders as Sir Richard Branson, Malcolm Gladwell, Warren Buffet and Presidents George W. Bush and Bill Clinton.

Bridging the gap between science and business, Kane delivers unmatched insight for audiences across industry sectors to effectively develop the kind of loyalty that every leader and organization strives to attain.

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