Chief Marketing Officer
Samuel is a seasoned B2B marketer with experience in the full marketing mix. He also brings a unique sales and growth background to your organisation.
I help people fall in love with brands. Help organisations win and retain their business. Build trust with clients/users to help companies skyrocket. Bring innovation to corporations.
I have enjoyed many leadership positions throughout my career in multi-faceted sales, marketing management and consulting, brand strategy, intrapreneurship, entrepreneurship and innovation programs management.
From these, I have built a 360-degrees vision of marketing, and its positioning at the core of any company.
Having successfully worked in all roles of marketing, in different countries, and with companies of all sizes (from startups to large corporations) and industries, I can work on very specific marketing matters - and priorities - as well as build a whole strategic plan encompassing all activities (from digital to events, to social media and more).
In addition, I love community, outreach, building networks, and bringing innovation and entrepreneurship to organisations.
I also have a special place in my professional heart for internal and external customer relations - and problems. I solve them with logic, data and modern technology. I create, scale and optimise marketing and business strategies that matter.
To accomplish this, I focus on delivering key outcomes, building amazing teams and quickly adapting to new learnings.
Founder and Managing Director (2021 - current)
Strategic Advisor - Marketing, communications and (2017 - 2020)
The University of Queensland
Marketing Lead ilab Accelerator / UQ Ventures (2017 - 2020)
Senior Consultant - Innovation, sales & marketing (2014 - 2021)
Marketing Resource Manager (2008 - 2015)
Key SkillsSocial Media Strategy Campaign Management Event Management Brand Strategy Marketing Strategy
Creative Problem Solving (2020)
University of Minnesota
Foreign Languages applied to Trade and Commerce (2002)
Université Rennes II, Haute Bretagne