I am available for keynote speaking enagagements at industry and corporate internal conferences.

I am an experienced speaker on communications and marketing in the new technologically enhanced era, having presented to the highest leadership and marketing teams of Fortune 100 companies both in Europe and Asia.

In my keynotes, I use storytelling combined with a long-term strategic view to clarify and simplify the turbulent currents underlying the future of brands, communications, marketing, mass media and social media.

To book me for your conference, please send me an email.

About me

I am an advertising professional with over 17 years of experience in workstreams as diverse as creative and account planning & strategy. I was the creative head on two of India's largest technology businesses before moving to the account planning & strategy function. My last agency role was as Director of Digital Strategy at Publicis Germany.

My whitepaper, The Elongating Tail of Brand Communication : An approach to brand building incorporating long tail economics, is a winner of the WPP Atticus 2006 Award in the Branding and Identity category. The Atticus Awards are conferred by WPP - the world's largest marketing communications company - for best original published thinking. (Among others, the above paper also earned a nod from Chris Anderson - ex-editor-in-chief of WIRED magazine and the original proponent of the long tail theory.)

My blog on brands and marketing, MisEntropy, is currently ranked 52nd in the list of the top advertising blogs in the world (June 2013).

Previous keynotes
Some of my recent keynote addresses on the future of communication and digital marketing include :

a. Siemens Global Marcomm Conference (Munich, 2013)
b. DMX Austria Digital Marketing Conference (Vienna, 2012)
c. Siemens Global Brand Workshop (Munich, 2012)
d. Virtual Identity Fireside Days (Munich, 2010)
e. Telekom Austria Social Marketing Workshop (Vienna, 2010)
f. Siemens Global Marcomm Conference (Munich, 2010)
g. Siemens Global Communications Council (Berlin, 2009)

Audiences describe my keynotes as inspirational and epiphanic. But you don't have to take my word for it. See here for some testimonials.