Futurist Keynote Speaker and former IBM Global Managing Partner, Andrew Grill is a popular and sought-after presenter and commentator on issues around digital disruption, social selling, the workplace of the future, emerging technologies such as blockchain and artificial intelligence, digital diversity, personal branding, and employee advocacy.
His insights can be delivered as an inspiring and impactful keynote for your management off-site, a facilitated workshop or as an ongoing strategic consulting engagement.
Andrew has developed an important and relevant niche as The Practical Futurist. Unlike traditional Futurists who can paint a picture of the future in 10, 20 or even 50 years time, Andrew delivers practical and actionable insights in every session.
Past client testimonials prove that the advice he delivers is relevant and completely relatable to each and every audience. As he has run companies, and lead large teams over a 30+ year career, you and your delegates are guaranteed to leave with a list of things they can do that day or the next week.
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.
Recent clients have included senior executives from companies as diverse as Vodafone, Barclays, Nike, Mars, Schroders Bank, Nestle, Wella, Euler Hermes, DHL, Taylor Wessing, Technogym, LinkedIn and CPA Australia and he has spoken in over 40 countries.
Shown below is a sample of Andrew’s clients.
A seasoned corporate leader, Andrew has launched and run technology companies in Europe and Australia and worked with and for some of the world’s leading companies including Telstra, Vodafone, Nestle, BBC, American Express, John Lewis, and Unilever.
He is also a seasoned TEDx speaker, having presented at 4 separate TEDx events.
Andrew’s latest thinking can also be found in the blog section as well as on featured publications The Drum, ANZ BlueNotes, Changeboard and on LinkedIn, and you can also stay up to date via Andrew’s monthly newsletter or his latest blog posts by subscribing here.