Entrepreneur and business speaker for hire Peter Guber is a truly a one of a kind mastermind of business success. He is famous for producing movies that brought in over $3 billion in revenue such as Rain Man, The Color Purple, Midnight Express and Soul Surfer as an executive of major entertainment companies such as Sony and Columbia Pictures. But that’s just the start! He is also a #1 New York Times bestselling author and owner/co-owner of 3 major league sports teams. Peter’s most recent book, Tell to Win – Connect, Persuade, and Triumph with the Hidden Power of Story, has become a #1 New York Times Bestseller.
In addition to these roles, he currently serves as chairman and CEO of Mandalay Entertainment Group, which he founded in 1995. Peter is a highly requested business keynote speaker who can touch on topics such as the power of storytelling, thriving in a culture of risk, leading in uncertain times and the keys to connecting with consumers to generate sales.
Peter is an owner of the MLB’s Los Angeles Dodgers, owner and executive chairman of MLS’s Los Angeles Football Club, and co-owner and co-executive chairman of 2015, 2017, and 2018 NBA Championship winning NBA team, the Golden State Warriors. He is also co-chairman of an esports and gaming company called aXiomatic and co-chairman of worldwide recognized esports team, Team Liquid.
Peter’s lifetime of experience has given him the knowledge and business intuition to become a truly powerful keynote speaker and motivator. He has spoken for well known companies such as Intel, Cisco, Gap, Comcast, Twitter and Under Armour among others. When he is not speaking or in the office, Peter likes to inspire the next generation of business professionals. He has served as a professor at UCLA for over 40 years and a Regent at the University of California.
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