Guest Blogger

Scott Steinberg

Scott Steinberg

Scott Steinberg is one of the world’s best-known business strategists, keynote speakers and innovation consultants, and the CEO of TechSavvy Global, a management consulting and market research firm which helps clients create value and cultivate competitive advantage on the back of emerging innovations and trends. Sears Toy Shop’s toy tech expert and a strategic advisor to Fortune 500 firms, non-profits, educators, schools and startups, he aids partners with identifying emerging opportunities and developing powerful leadership, marketing and content strategies designed to capitalize on rising business, social and technology trends.

Among today’s most-quoted motivational speakers and technology analysts, he’s consulted on dozens of market-leading products and services, and authored nine books including the #1 bestselling The Modern Parent’s Guide high-tech parenting series and the critically-acclaimed Business Expert’s Guidebook. His motivational speeches, leadership seminars and training workshops show executives and educators how to become more effective – and make both they and their businesses indispensable in an increasingly disposable world. As an industry consultant, Steinberg has helped top corporations from Microsoft, Sony and Intel to ESPN and MTV adapt to changing consumer, high-tech and social trends. Hailed as a top technology futurist by leading media outlets including NPR, BusinessWeek and The Wall St. Journal, his advisory work enables clients to identify emerging cultural and technological forces and create powerful business strategies that meet changing market needs.

This eye for business analysis has led to his work as a strategic insider for 400+ publications from CNN to The New York Times and Fast Company, and pioneer in the field of digital publishing. A nationally-syndicated columnist who routinely explores topics including change, innovation and connecting generations, he’s also the creator and host of Gear Up, Rolling Stone’s first dedicated blog and video series devoted to consumer technology. A regular guest on ABC, CBS, FOX and NBC, he serves as a featured expert for Fast Company, VentureBeat, The Huffington Post and more.

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Blog Posts by Scott Steinberg

  • 5 Tips for Making Technology Safe and Fun for Kids

    5 Tips for Making Technology Safe and Fun for Kids

    Technology has permanently and irrevocably invaded kids’ lives — smartphones, tablets, portable media players, computers and connected video game systems fill there lives. Happily for today’s family, it can be an immensely rewarding and uplifting part of life as long as parents and children observe a few simple rules.

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  • Important Rules and Regulations for a Successful High-Tech Family Game Night

    Important Rules and Regulations for a Successful High-Tech Family Game Night

    I hope you’ve enjoyed this series on how to create a high-tech family game night. Today I’m wrapping up the series with a few important guidelines worth keeping in mind for any family game night:

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  • Picking the Right Game for Your High-Tech Family Game Night

    Picking the Right Game for Your High-Tech Family Game Night

    First, ask yourself what’s appropriate: Are titles featuring cartoon violence, toy weapons or simulated combat kosher? Then think about what type of games make sense: Collections of frantic, bite-sized mini-games; teeth-gnashing head-to-head puzzlers; fist-pumping sports simulations; or grand-scale strategic engagements?

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  • Essential Supplies for a High-Tech Family Game Night

    Essential Supplies for a High-Tech Family Game Night

    Yesterday I talked about why it’s valuable to have a high-tech version of the old family game night. Today I’m going to get more specific about how you can host a high-tech family game night.

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  • The New Family Game Night – High-Tech Style

    The New Family Game Night – High-Tech Style

    Video games can be a great way to connect with kids, and make lasting memories, while experiencing a positive activity that the whole family can enjoy. The best way to begin: Start planning your own family game night.

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