BOCA RATON, Fla., April 18, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- Brandon Adams, eight-year Harvard Teaching Fellow and poker expert, has retained TransMedia Group as the PR agency to publicize the launch of his entrepreneurial website www.expertinsight.com.
"Expert Insight is built on the idea that people want to connect with those who have distinguished themselves. In the past, we have paid for it by buying their books or having them come speak at functions," says the company's founder, Brandon Adams. "However, there is nothing more gratifying than communicating directly one on one."
ExpertInsight.com provides a platform for conversations between experts of various fields and those seeking expertise. The website allows these experts to communicate to the public, without divulging personal details. Expert Insight provides the appointments through a web-based scheduling system and a proprietary one-to-one video system. Video conferencing technology has developed to the point where holding conversations over the Internet has the same degree of intimacy as face-to-face conversation. No costly and time-consuming travel required.
"We retained TransMedia Group because it's a distinguished firm with a proven track record of excellent results," said Adams. "I am confident that their communication ability coupled with their vast experience working with entrepreneurs will deliver superior results in spreading awareness of Expert Insight."
"Our publicity will showcase Expert Insight as the most cutting-edge expertise web site in the market," says Louise Canuto, Account Executive at TransMedia. "This modern concept, combined with talented and highly qualified experts makes Expert Insight a highly promotable service."
About Brandon Adams
A college graduate at 19, Brandon Adams finished a Master's degree at the London School of Economics in 2000 and started a doctorate at Harvard in 2001. In 2009 and 2010, he taught a course at Harvard called "The US in the World Economy" and finished a book titled "Setting Sun: The End of US Economic Dominance". From 2003-2007, he taught a course at Harvard in behavioral finance and in 2008 he co-taught a course in game theory. He has published a fictional account of the lives poker players lead ("Broke: A Poker Novel"). Adams has appeared on over sixty poker TV shows on NBC, ESPN and the Game Show Network including the 2007 World Series of Poker. Adams was the primary research assistant for Michael Lewis' 2010 work on the financial crisis, The Big Short.
Contact: Louise Canuto
(561) 750-9800 x 217
SOURCE TransMedia Group