Carmine Gallo

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Carmine Gallo

Carmine Gallo is a communications coach for the world’s most admired brands. His client list includes Intel, Chase, Barclays, IBM, Nokia, and many others. He is an Emmy award-winning journalist and former anchor, host, and business correspondent for CNN, Fox, CNET, and CBS. Gallo writes a bi-weekly column on the subject of business communications for and he is the author of two books aimed at business professionals who want to become better speakers and presenters.

Here’s a list of links on Indezine sites, where he has been featured:

October 1, 2014
Prezi/Harris Interactive Survey: Conversation with Peter Arvai

September 29, 2014
Prezi/Harris Interactive Survey : Conversation with Carmine Gallo

February 27, 2014
Talk Like TED: Conversation with Carmine Gallo

March 17, 2010
An Interview with Carmine Gallo

December 1, 2009
Create a Presentation the Steve Jobs Way

November 16, 2007
Fire Them Up!: Conversation with Carmine Gallo

June 5, 2007
An Interview with Carmine Gallo

May 1, 2007
Designing the Perfect Presentation

June 3, 2006
How To PowerPoint Like a Pro

April 7, 2006
How to Wow ‘Em Like Steve Jobs

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