Andreas Ekström focuses on the Digital Revolution seen from the role of a futurist looking at all disciplines of society. He is a senior writer at the Swedish newspaper Sydsvenskan and an author of several books. In his acclaimed volume ‘The Google Code’ his journalistic curiosity turns towards the growing influence of Google in our society.
His topics reach across issues of digitalization, media, politics and culture. Ekström has been a keynote speaker at conferences all over the world and often serves as a digital thought partner for leaders and boards of directors. Ekström is also an active reporter and often uses journalistic methods and principles in his work. With a solid background in stage and tv production, Ekström is an experienced moderator and facilitator, able to craft high quality content and drive discussions.
Ekström, an author of seven books, he wrote a bestselling book about Google and has since been a keynote speaker, consultant and commentator on all things digital around the world.
In his presentations Andreas analyses how the digital revolution affects people, business and public life and helps decision makers to understand the tech world from a human perspective. His presentations are always tailor made and thoroughly prepared with each client.
Andreas’ mission is to educate for digital equality. Today, he talks not only about Google, but uses a wider scope to understand the companies and behaviours that have become culturally, technologically and commercially drivers of change at all levels of society. He focuses his journalistic instincts on the good and the bad of the biggest power players in the digital world and considers what organisations can learn from them. He looks into new user demands, gathering of data, design and technology strategies. Andreas was a TEDx speaker in 2013 and again in 2015; the second time around picked up by TED.com, which gave his talk an audience of well over a million people. The talk has been translated to more than 30 languages and has made Andreas one of Europe’s most sought-after futurists.