Global Managing Partner of IBM Social Consulting, Andrew Grill is an internationally renowned thought leader in the fields of digital eminence, social business and digital disruption and has spoken at numerous events across the globe. He is perfectly placed to speak to audiences who are looking to use innovative ideas to disrupt their industries and not get left behind in the digital revolution.
Global Managing Partner of IBM Social Consulting, Andrew Grill is an internationally renowned thought leader in the fields of digital eminence, social business and digital disruption and has spoken at numerous events across the globe. 100% digital, Andrew believes that to “get digital you need to be digital” and his engaging keynotes provide actionable insights on how to achieve corporate goals on a global and long-lasting scale.
His presentations draw on his first-hand experience of digital transformation and the power of social media networks as a result of his role as CEO of leading social influence platform Kred. His leadership of 6 start-ups over a 12-year period ensures he can also speak to audiences about how to “think like a startup” and work in an agile way.
Andrew’s in-depth understanding of all things digital and social mean that he is able to help his audiences to take a step back and really see the opportunities presented to them in the new world of digital.
His inside knowledge of running events means that Andrew understands the secondary concerns when choosing your keynote speaker, and will work alongside the whole event team to ensure that not only does he deliver excellent content, but also helps your event to run smoothly.
He also brings over 20 year’s business experience as a result of running Australia’s leading commercial property website, PropertyLook, as well as holding senior roles with Australian telecommunications companies Telstra and Optus.
His speaking topics include:
- Disrupt or Be Disrupted: Digital disruption and what it means for you and your business
- Workplace of the Future: How can your employees adapt to changes in the nature of work
- Digital Diversity - Why you need digital practitioners on your board
- Rising above the Noise - How to stand out in the digital work
- Brand Advocates - How your best advocates are already on the payroll