Lego sets are the enduring memory of my childhood. From the box of bricks that built up over many years I created buildings, cars and even a mechanical money box. This desire to build and create stayed with me when I was given an Amiga 1200 one Christmas. Soon afterwards I got hold of a copy of the AMOS basic compiler and purchased a book on how to program in Basic allowing me to create with code rather than bricks.
Whilst the Lego, Amiga and AMOS programming book have all gone; my desire to create, experiment and learn remain as strong as ever. Whether it’s a business process, marketing campaign, data analysis or a program, I still want to create amazing things.
I’ve been blessed to have a career that has enabled me to program, design, sell, manage, coach, market and consult with amazing clients and colleagues. This breadth of experience gives me a unique perspective on life, marketing, technology and business.
Why I started this blog
Technology can improve business. Fact.
However a lot of businesses I see get this wrong and it is my desire to help organisations improve the experience their customers receive. This blog contains my thoughts, analysis and interpretation on what is going on in the world of digital technology, marketing and business and how this can help organisations today.
All opinions are my own and not necessarily those of my employer (I’ll do my best to highlight synergies).
Connect with David Sealey
More about David Sealey
- Omnichannel retailing for digital marketers
- ProtopointDS: Free PowerPoint prototyping template
- Disruptive innovation in retail markets
- Multichannel isn’t the answer for struggling retailers
- Effective conversion rate optimisation techniques
- Lego: The building blocks of next gen retail
Posts with other blogs
- Five inspiring lessons from SXSW
- All channels
- How to harness disruptive innovation as a modern marketer
- Five reasons why omnichannel retailing could be distracting you from success
- People are channels too: How staff deliver omnichannel experience
- A guide to open innovation and crowd sourcing
Past and Present Employers
Selection of clients
- Irwin Mitchell
- Begbies Traynor
- Westfield Health
- Royal Mail
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