David Rowan is UK editor of WIRED magazine, which won 2009 Launch of the Year at the British Society of Magazine Editors Awards. His knowledge and understanding of trends in the world of consumer behavior, the digital era, social commerce and media has allowed him to become one of the most sought after corporate speakers on the circuit.
He writes the monthly Digital Life column in GQ magazine; the Tech Traveller column in Condé Nast Traveller, and tech and trend-watching columns for The Times.
Trained at The Times, David edited The Guardian's op-ed, education, analysis and Saturday features sections. In 2006 he was brought in as editor to modernise The Jewish Chronicle.
"Thank you so much for your time today, it has gone down a storm. Most people telling me it was one of the most inspirational speeches they have ever heard."
David has edited The Guardian's websites, made TV films for Channel 4 News, and written features for The Telegraph Magazine, Sunday Times Magazine and The Observer.
In 2009 David curated an exhibition of British creative talent for the UK Government’s Cabinet Forum conference as a speaker.
As a keynote and corporate speaker David has travelled to Amsterdam, Dubai, Geneva, Moscow and Shanghai, to motivate and educate on topics ranging from the future of luxury brands to the new rules of business in a mobile-internet age. Recent media appearances include BBC Newsnight, BBC Breakfast News, Radio 4's Today Programme and Channel 4 News.
how did the speaking begin?
it all started when i was a child and loved standing ton the dining room table...
In 2010 David was a judge in the Brit Insurance Design Awards and the 2010 Conde Nast Traveller design awards.
David Rowan is UK editor of WIRED magazine, and an adept and experienced corporate speaker.
- consumer behavior
- the digital era
- social commerce
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