Tomer Garzberg is a visionary speaker with a unique perspective on the technology, tools and necessary creativity that are shaping our future. He is pioneering a world where machine intelligence can be trained to execute on enterprise operations
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Testimonials for Tomer Garzberg
Tomer is an engaging, smart and innovative leader whose passion is both infectious and inspiring. In both small and large audiences he can attract and maintain the interest of his audience through his vision, energy and motivation to improve the communities in which we live and work. Tomer is a highly dependable leader who is always positive and a pleasure to work with whilst continuing to challenge the norm and think outside the box.
Marketing Director Salesforce (previously Marketing and Partnerships Leader, IBM)
Tomer is full of contagious energy and vast knowledge of his field and, in my experience working with him, shows visionary leadership. He is one of few people who "get" the power of data to influence decision making, and engages people from startup through to corporate executives with his passion and vision. I wouldn't hesitate to recommend Tomer to anyone interested in injecting their business with disruptive growth hacking!
Co-Founder and CEO Minerva Collective
Tomer is one of those highly intelligent individuals that makes difficult things look easy. He has a 'can do' and 'fast do' persona that will lead to success in whatever he touches.
Director Community Development
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Tomer Garzberg's Biography
Tomer Garzberg is the founder and CEO of GRONADE, an enterprise growth labs and future-of-work company in Sydney. GRONADE operates on the philosophy that if data is the new oil, without an ignition, it's just latent potential. The GRONADE team partners with Fortune 500's and enterprise to run experiments on the back of data science initiatives, deploying machine intelligence and behavioural experiments to reduce operational expenditure, amplify profit, and capitalise on future-of-work opportunities.
As an experimental entrepreneur and advisor for over a decade, Tomer has worked across continents, blending the worlds of data, AI, behaviours and creativity. He is a TED speaker, IBM Global Entrepreneur and a Westpac Businesses of Tomorrow recipient.
His unique approach to data-derived, hypothesis-driven problem solving was the catalyst for starting the enterprise optimisation company GRONADE.
Tomer argues that enterprise's lack of agility puts it at a high risk of diminishing market share as tech innovation continues to gain momentum. He believes that it's easy to consider diversification and acquisition-based growth but the only way enterprise will stay competitive, is if it does more with the resources it already has.?? His algorithm for that doing more involves optimising operations through a unique blend of behavioural analysis and machine intelligence, augmenting individual jobs to drive more effectiveness out of the human workforce. He warns that if enterprise continues on the path of the unoptimised workforce, the speed of disruption through the tech world will drive obsolescence at a rate where the workforce will be ill-equipped to recover from.
Tomer argues that humans are not optimised for work, and enterprise is bleeding revenue because of it. He is pioneering a world where machine intelligence can be trained to execute on enterprise operations, leaving humans to do what they do best - be human and the driver rather than the victim.
Tomer Garzberg is a visionary speaker with a unique perspective on the technology, tools and necessary creativity that are shaping our future.
Speaking Topics Include
Future of Work / AI / Machine Intelligence / Purpose of Tomorrow’s Humans - The future of work is about taking the robot out of the human, leaving us free to do the things machines cannot do.
Data-Driven Optimisation - We often assume how to solve things based on our experience or biases, but the answers are already there, in the data.
Datapreneurialism and Experimentation - A lot of people talk about innovation, but the lack of execution is literally killing companies. Data isn’t about reports, it’s about a scientific approach to disrupt and change.
Blockchain Growth - A lot of ICOs are performing lazy marketing to achieve growth, but what happens when the hype dies, and how do you retain token holders to ensure value remains, Post-ICO?
Enterprise Growth Hacking - Enterprise is bleeding, and the lack of attribution and accountability for action is the cause. Enterprise needs to start creating total end to end clarity through leveraging data and develop a scientific framework to grow revenue, and reduce expenditure