Levy works with companies ranging from global brands like Samsung, Microsoft, Google, and SAP to startups like brunchwork, and UrbanStems. He specializes in applying the latest scientific research on human behavior (neuroscience, psychology, economics, biology, etc.), to transform the ways companies approach marketing, sales, consumer engagement, product design, and Influencer program development.
Additionally, Jon’s research lead to a model for engaging and connecting with the most influential people in our culture. In turn he founded The Influencers and The Influencers Dinner, a private community and dining experience. Four times a month across North America, twelve thought leaders, and taste makers from all industries, prepare dinner together. But there is a catch, they can’t talk about their careers or give their last names. Once seated to eat, the guests discover their fellow attendees are Olympians, executives of prominent companies, Nobel laureates, musicians, royalty, etc. After more than 200 dinners and over 1800 guests, Influencers has received considerable media coverage including stories in The New York Times, Forbes, and Business Insider, among others.
In his free time, Jon works on outrageous projects. Among them spending a year traveling to all 7 continents, or every month to world’s greatest events (Grand Prix, Art Basel, Burning Man, Running of the Bulls, etc.) and barely survived to tell the tale. Other projects have included television/web shows, mobile apps, and popup restaurants. Many of these adventures lead to his first book “The 2 AM Principle: Discover the Science of Adventure”, which explores the science of living a fun, exciting and remarkable life.
Jon has presented a TED Talk:What Makes Us Influential and has been featured in multiple publications and podcasts:
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