The founder of Intelligencr, an innovation scouting firm, Paul Papadimitriou translates the world of new technologies into business experiences shaped around a new augmented, nomadic and tribal consumer. He applies his business acumen to many startup ecosystems, from emerging to advanced markets.
As founder of innovation scouting firm Intelligencr, Paul Papadimitriou advises companies and startups by translating the world of new technologies into fundamental elements of business, he helps to take customers on strategic journeys to question their philosophy, products and services. He founds his assessments on the emergence of an ever-changing, versatile and dynamic consumer, for example for the launch of a mobile ecosystem in China.
Paul believes that values, technologies and identities are universally morphing, and as we begin to learn to live with these changes, our entire being and ways of living and interacting are changing. Everything around us and within us is being altered by our environments – consuming, working, communicating, and just living.
Paul’s expert eye researches and communicates, and attempts to resolve what is important, what isn't and what it all means.
He applies his business acumen to many startup ecosystems, from emerging to advanced markets, and he is an angel investor for breakthrough companies in whom he sees a vivid and promising future, most recently a US based Internet of Things startup.
Paul launched his first company in Tokyo in 2008, and has given keynote speeches around the world, as well as writing for The Economist; co-hosting the LeWeb conference, and appearing on a handful of international TV and radio shows.
Paul has worked with multi-national corporations including Microsoft, Bell Labs, Fujitsu and Tumblr, as well as the International Telecommunication Union. He also produces TheDigitalLoop podcasts.
An expert in technology, strategy and visual expression, Paul’s dynamic speeches will leave any audience engaged and enlightened.