Simon Tam is an acclaimed marketing strategist, entrepreneur, musician, speaker, and author. He has been a featured speaker at events for TED, Stanford University, the Department of Defense, San Diego ComicCon, SXSW, and hundreds of events across North America, Europe, and Asia.
KEYNOTE SPEAKING | FIRESIDE TALKS | Q&A | PANELS
Simon is one of the most in-demand speakers for events related to diversity and inclusion, intellectual property law, marketing, and the arts today. His thought-provoking style is entertaining, inspirational, and unforgettable. Simon will leave your audience with fresh perspectives and stories that will drive conversations for years to come.
“I can’t even find the words to express my admiration for your courage and ability to effectively communicate your message. I’m sitting here the day after your presentation and trying grab anyone I can find to recap the compelling presentation you gave at South Texas College of Law. The words that are swimming in my head thinking about your life and attributes: Perseverance, equality, unparalleled, force, dynamic, raconteur, influencer, bellwether, wise, and unstoppable.” – attendee, South Texas College of Law
CONTINUED LEARNING EDUCATION (CLE)
As the named party in one of the most high-profiled intellectual property law cases in modern history, Simon offers a unique and nuanced perspective to the legal journey from the applicant’s point of view. He is compelling, engaging, and extremely well-versed with legal issues.
“This was one of the best CLE presentations I’ve attended in over 20 years.” – member, IP Law Association of Chicago
“Although I thought it would be an interesting talk, I did not expect Simon Tam to be such an incredible storyteller…I would highly recommend others to listen to Simon’s story. There is much to learn, and not simply from a legal perspective.” – member, IP Law Association of Chicago
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