Business Storyteller, Coach
|📆 Years active||1997 - Present|
|🌐 Website||Official website|
Amit Nagpal is an Indian business story teller, keynote speaker and brand storytelling coach. He is president and co-founder of Bloggers Alliance, a not for profit society of bloggers. He is a bestselling author and has written four books. He has contributed 6 chapters to books including Media Laws and Ethics by Dr Vartika Nanda.
He speaks at iconic platforms such as Story the Future Summit (USA), ICF, DMA, PRSI, STC India, South Gujarat Chamber of Commerce, Indore Press Club. Dr Nagpal was the only speaker from India among 75 speakers from across the world at Story the Future Summit (Online) held in 2018. He has conducted sessions at SSE India for several foreign delegations including facilitators from Argentina and social entrepreneurs from UAE.
He has held workshops at some of India's premier educational institutions include IIT Madras, BIMTECH, LSR College for Women, Delhi University, School for Social Entrepreneur India, Sri Sri Center for Media Studies, and BML Munjal University. He has more than two decades of work experience in training/coaching, and varied industries in corporate sector including publishing, media and digital marketing.
As a trainer
He has conducted training for reputed organisations including Accenture, Tata Communications, GoMedii, ODpedia and so on.
As a coach
He has coached many CXOs, knowledgepreneurs/IT entrepreneurs and top professionals in brand storytelling and digital branding.
His blog, "Enlarge Excel Evolve" is globally popular and his blog posts have appeared on top global blogs.  His latest book, "Heroes Amongst Us" features 32 inspirational stories of ordinary people (from six countries) who achieved extraordinary success. He has co-authored a book entitled "Personal Branding, Storytelling and Beyond", which is first book by Indian authors on the subject.
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