I regularly give invited presentations at business conferences and for internal events in companies.
My expertise is in using new big data sources, such as from social media, to understand customers and personalize messages and products. It is also in psychometrics, such as creating personality inventories and ability tests. Sometimes I combine the two, such as when I use social media data to automatically assess personality. You can look at my publications to get a flavour of my latest research.
Please note that I charge a speaking fee so that I can spend the proper amount of time to prepare a stellar presentation tailored to the audience.
If you are interested in inviting me to speak, please contact me using the methods listed here with details of your event.
The First China-EU Big data and Finance Symposium in Shenzhen, under the beautiful chandaliers.
Shell on 'The Future of HR' for a HR Graduates Conference.
HSBC on 'Leveraging Big Data for Insights into Customers' Psychology'.
The Papers Live event at the famous Cambridge Union on 'What Can Companies Predict with our Data'.
Cambridge Centre for Alternative Finance conference on 'Assessing Psychological Traits Using Social Media Data'
Business Briefing Webinar on 'Leveraging Big Data for Insights into Customers' Psychology'
Barclays Bank on 'How to Measure the Immeasurable: Creativity', for a workshop on Talent Management.
Expedite HR conference on the importance of data-driven HR, especially in the field of leadership.
Digital Catapult in London on 'Recruiting in the Era of Big Data', organised by Quantize.
Business Briefing to 70 business leaders at BNY Mellon's conference centre titled Big Data through the Prism of Psychology.
The Advanced Leadership Programme at Cambridge Executive Education.
British Gas in London on the topic of understanding customers from their social media data.
Purple Days conference in Warsaw for Mindshare, on how to use social media data to market to consumers more effectively.
Rustat conference on Big Data, held at Jesus College in Cambridge [See Report]
Tesco Data Science conference on Big Data Psychology: Applications in Retail.
Social Media Week London at a Masterclass on Smart Ways to use Big Data
Big Data Dilemma meeting between businesses who want to understand the opportunities and challenges of Big Data.
Chinwag Psych conference.
Unisoft in Paris on 'You are predictable: Inferring psychology from 6 million Facebook profiles.'
Insight 2.0: The Future of Social Media Analysis on the topic of behavioural profiling based on Facebook Likes.