Alfred Poor

Speaker, Author, and Technology Expert

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Alfred Poor is an experienced speaker and trainer. He offers programs for a variety of audiences (click on any one for more information):

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Alfred Poor is available to speak on a variety of topics for different audiences, from success strategies for college and career for students and their families, to small business marketing, to the latest in wearable technology.

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To book Alfred Poor for your next meeting, conference, or other event, please contact Sue Falcone at “Simply” Sue Speaks! Global Booking Agency www.simplysuespeaks.com/ 1-888-766-3155

Four Reasons to Book Alfred Poor Today!

 1. He is a full-time speaker and writer; he can be available on short notice. 2. He is available for block bookings; you can save on travel expense. 3. Based in eastern Pennsylvania, he offers special rates within a 100 mile radius of Philadelphia. 4. He is the easiest and most professional speaker you will ever work with.

 What They Say About Alfred Poor

 “Alfred is a wonderful speaker with rich and diverse experience.”
Joseph Facchiano, JoFash Enterprises, LLC

“Your amazing breadth of knowledge and research — combined with your animated and energetic demeanor — was contagious and enthused all of us. The information was filled with awe, enlightenment, and discovery.”
Rayne Byer, President, New York Amateur Computer Club (NYACC)

“I have had the pleasure to hear Alfred Poor speak. He delivers his content in a very easy to understand format. For me he made the complicated seem simple. Anyone attending will take away techniques that they can implement immediately.”
Ken Varilek, Elite Human Solutions Inc.

“Alfred Poor energized the audience with his dynamic presentation and mastery of his subject. Many participants sought me out to say how much they enjoyed his talk and how they gained information that they could put to work now. I am already planning to include Alfred in some of our future events.”
Darnell Davis, Evolution Magazine

“During the past few years Alfred has been a judge at my company’s largest tradeshow event at CES, and has also been a panel moderator for our Health and Boomer Tech conferences. In all cases he is totally prepared, incredibly insightful, eloquent, and always kind.”
Robin Raskin, Founder and President, Living in Digital Times (http://livingindigitaltimes.com)

“Alfred Poor was just what we were looking for—an experienced speaker who was very familiar with the key factors that are moving our industry. To me, the most amazing thing about Alfred was how he handled questions.  Perhaps you have experience people who can go on for what seems like an endless interval asking an obtuse and convoluted question that many cannot comprehend.  Invariably Alfred restated these questions for the audience, phrased better than each of the questioners could have conceived.  What a skill! It was a delight to have Alfred speak to our chapter.  We would invite him again in a heartbeat.”
Joel Pollack, Director, Bay Area Chapter of the Society for Information Display

“You are a great public speaker and I especially like your sense of humor.”
Dan Evanicky, Information Interaction

A Seasoned Speaker

He has delivered speaking programs for many different audiences over the past 30 years, including the following:

  • CES (Consumer Electronics Show)
  • Neumann University
  • New England Association for Cooperative Education and Field Experience
  • Intern Bridge
  • College Week Live
  • Jobs 4 All Now
  • TalentMarks
  • The New York Amateur Computer Club
  • The Philadelphia Area Computer Society
  • The Princeton Computer Club

He has also been the keynote speaker at many events, including:

  • The Trenton Computer Festival (from Wikipedia):
      • 1993 – Gordon E. Eubanks, CEO Symantec Corporation
      • 1992 – Paul Grayson, Micrographix and National Chair for Missing Children Alert
      • 1991 – Alfred Poor, Contributing Editor, PC Magazine
      • 1990 – David House, Senior VP, Intel Corp.
      • 1989 – Bill Gates, CEO and co-Founder of Microsoft Corp.
  • Neumann University Freshman Convocation Keynote Speaker
  • New England Association for Cooperative Education and Field Experience
  • Evolution Magazine Small Business and Technology Boot Camp