I was honoured to speak alongside Thomas Crampton, Global Managing Director at Ogilvy & Mather, and Finian Murphy, Lead Strategist at Agility, for The Marketing Society “Rise of the Robot” event at Google, during the Web Summit 2015.
We explored how the marketing process as we know it will be disrupted by mobile, social, AI, connected homes, the internet of things and much more.
Winning can be a joy. It’s what we are encouraged to do all the way from our childhood sports days at school to our modern workplace environment, both individually and as a team.
It’s a special kind of satisfaction to win at something you respect, or even love. To this day I remember being joyful beyond words when I won a Heinz “Noodle Doodles” art competition in Ireland back in the ...
I was delighted to speak with Retail Futures “Insider Trends” about mobile, silo smashing, total customer experience and “phygital”.
Read the full interview here.
I’m delighted to be presenting a webinar on behalf of @openmarket with @TMCnet later on today.
Join me at 16:00 UK time / 11:00 AM EST / 8:00 AM PST here -> bit.ly/MobileCEX
I was delighted to present “Optimising the Mobile User Experience” at #EiG14, referencing a joint webinar given by SkyBet and OpenMarket for the MMA relier this year.
…and heres a very helpful summary of my ...
Having attended the excellent Guardian Activate last year, I was hugely honoured to be invited to present at Activate 2014 *and* also DJ afterwards for the stellar lineup of speakers and guests from the worlds of mobile, tech, the sharing economy and especially the world of FinTech innovation.
Here is the presentation, delivered in a whisker over 5 minutes. The “It’s The Year Of Mobile” slide was delivered flashing with a QI klaxon sound, highlighting the fact that every year is ...
(My latest blog for OpenMarket – to read the original post click here)
A few months ago I shared the following Wikipedia definition at a conference in London… “an information silo is a management system incapable of reciprocal operation with other, related information systems”. A rumble of agreement grew from the assembled audience of marketing and ...
I was delighted to present at the Drum “4 Minute Warning” yesterday on why campaigns adjusted for the individual are more likely to succeed in the hyper-personal medium of mobile.
My presentation included Gerd Leonhard, ￼B. Bonin Bough, a cocaine snowman, AND Rob Ford’s Crack-o-meter…
Here is the presentation:
.. and a useful Storify of the event.
Here is my latest piece for the Guardian online “Why micro-content is big business”.
CLICK HERE for the original piece!
Why micro-content is big business
Oisin Lunny explains why small, mobile-friendly content is big business and profiles new startup entrants getting in on the act
Mobile video is changing the content industry from the ground up, from creators to advertisers, from interaction to infrastructure. I spoke to some of the people making big ...