McCrindle Keynote Presenters
Mark McCrindle is a social researcher with an international reputation for tracking the emerging trends and analysing the diverse generations. He is the Director of McCrindle Research, whose clients include over 100 multinational organisations. His highly valued research and reports have developed his renown as a futurist, demographer and social commentator.
Mark is highly regarded for his engaging presentations whether they be keynote addresses at conferences, boardroom briefings or facilitated workshops.
Download Mark McCrindle's latest and most requested keynote topics, which includes:
- Trends & Tactics with Social Media: Engaging with New Communities, Connecting with Emerging Customers
- 21st Century Consumers and the Key Influences Upon Them
- A Demographic Snapshot of Australia: Now and Towards 2020
- Understanding and Engaging with Generation Z
- Strategic Trends Forum: The External Environment
Mark McCrindle is called on by many of Australia's Top 500 Companies to conduct in-house workshops. He is well regarded for combining expert facilitations with key insights and specific industry, workplace and marketing applications.
Claire Madden is a social researcher and Director of Research of McCrindle Research. With over ten years experience developing innovative programs to engage the emerging generations, Claire has a unique understanding of Generation Y and Generation Z.
An engaging speaker and communicator, Claire has been interviewed on these topics on prominent media programs Sunrise and The Morning Show. She has delivered professional development sessions for school and tertiary teachers, given keynote addresses at conferences as well as board room strategy sessions.
Additionally, as Director of Research at McCrindle Research, Claire manages research commissioned by some of Australia’s largest organisations giving her an informed perspective on the emerging social trends shaping Australia’s future.
The What, Why and How?
Engaging with Today's Students, Consumers & New Employees
TWEENS & TEENS:
Understanding Australia's Global Youth Culture