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GlobalCollect can proudly confirm the following speakers during the perspective'12 conference:
Keynote speaker
Patrick Dixon
Futurist, Biography, Keynote conference speaker and Management consultant
Topic: The future of mobile payments

About Patrick
Our speaker Patrick Dixon is often described in the media as Europe’s leading futurist. He has been ranked as one of the world’s most influential business thinkers alive today. He is the author of twelve books and works with many of the world’s largest multinationals. Originally a physician by training, Dr. Dixon has spoken to audiences in 52 countries. His personal website has had 11 million users and a million more will watch his videos on YouTube this year. Please give a warm welcome to Dr. Patrick Dixon.

Moderator & plenary speaker 
Patrick Renvoise
Co-Founder & Chief Neuromarketing Officer 


Topic: Neuromarketing for online marketers: why the reptilian brain is key to help them click the check out button

About Patrick
After teaching electronics at the University of La Réunion, France, for several years, Patrick spent 15 years marketing complex high tech solutions. He headed Global Business Development efforts first at Silicon Graphics then as Executive Director of Business Development at LinuxCare. In the course of selling multi-million-dollar super-computers to NASA, Boeing, Shell, Canon, BMW, Airbus and more, he met with some of the smartest people on earth and he became fascinated by the human mind.

Using his engineering background, his sales expertise, and a compelling desire to seek the truth about Sales & Marketing, Patrick discovered the role of the Reptilian Brain –in yellow on the cross hair —in the process of decision making and he developed the only neuromarketing model available today.

Using this model Patrick has closed over $3B of business transactions and he trained over 26,000 business executives including over 8,000 CEO.

Patrick received a Masters in Computer Science from the National Institute of Applied Sciences (Lyon, France).  He is currently serving as Chief Neuromarketing Officer and Co-Founder of  SalesBrain. 

Patrick was a competitive athlete (tennis and volley ball), a world traveler and adventure seeker. He herded wild horses in Nevada, rafted the grand canyon, crossed the Baja California desert on a motorcycle and guided a 10 dog sledge in Northern Canada. Patrick is also a life long learner and today his wildest adventure is about understanding the brain of consumers.

Plenary speakers

Richard Kastelein
Husband, Father, Speaker, Creative Technologist, Writer, Editor, Publisher, Yachtie…  Entrepreneur


Topic: Multiplatform apps - How TV and tablets will connect and interact to enable purchasing

About Richard
Richard Kastelein, is a globally recognized speaker and blogger on monetization models in t-commerce, the future of Television and Media Convergence and disruptive technologies. He is publisher and co-founder of, the first online portal, community, events and industry directory for the emerging industry around TV applications and widgets, Social TV, Multiplatform Strategy, Connected TV, and Transmedia. IBC Connected World – the premier annual event for professionals engaged in the creation, management and delivery of entertainment and news content worldwide, ranked Richard second after Facebook’s Marc Zuckerberg in the category ‘TV Personality of the Year 2011’ for work at

Zack Exley

Topic: The Global Tip Jar: Powering the Wikipedia on the world's spare change.

About Zack
Zack Exley has worked across the lines of technology and politics for 20 years. He was behind some of the earliest experiments in online organizing and civic participation in the United States, and went on to participate with, many other U.S. and international NGOs, and the campaigns of Howard Dean, John Kerry, Tony Blair and Barack Obama. Before joining the Wikimedia Foundation Zack headed up NGO work at the global software consultancy ThoughtWorks. Zack spends his spare time reading history and struggling to keep up with the increasingly-complex rules of his two-year-old daughter's imaginary worlds.  

Jonathan Browne

Topic: How does Social Media change customer experience?
About Jonathan
Based in London, Jonathan serves Customer Experience Professionals. He examines the best practices of companies creating groundbreaking customer experiences online, including the mobile Web and new Social Computing channels. He leads Forrester's research in Europe on interactive design agencies and personas.


Mike Rodihan
Rosetta Stone


Topic: Speak the language of fraudsters

About Rosetta Stone
Rosetta Stone is the world’s #1 Language Learning Software.  Rosetta Stone teaches language the natural way—using Dynamic Immersion.  Rather than memorizing translations from one language to another, Rosetta Stone users associate words with their true meaning, just like we all did learning our first language.  Rosetta Stone has experienced tremendous growth in the past five years.  Having expanded from the US into the UK, Germany, and Japan, Rosetta Stone expects to continue growing as the world’s leader in Language Learning Software. 
Stuart Walsh


Topic: Connected TV - A viable gaming platform

About Stuart
Having launched PlayJam in the UK as the first interactive games channel in 2000, Stuart returned to the business in 2009 believing the trend in Internet connected TVs would enable PlayJam to become a premier destination for casual and social games on a globally distributed scale.  

A succession of recent distribution deals with Sony, Samsung, LGE and Panasonic add to PlayJam’s well established network via millions of digital TV homes around the world alongside a growing list of third party titles from renowned game developers. PlayJam recently announced a $5m investment from Gamestop Digital Ventures, Abode Ventures and Endeavour ventures to fuel further growth.

In his limited spare time, Stuart is far less active than he’d like to be photographer, and an admirer of the piano he has yet to entirely master. 

Eleonora Goia


Topic: Best practices in selling luxury goods online
About Eleonora
With more than 15 years in communications in the publishing and automotive industries, and more recently in luxury, Eleonora is Head of Web Development for Prada Group, team member of the worldwide e-commerce projects and also handles the Group's web client service.
Hendrik Jan Braamskamp


Topic: The value of alternative payment options for the airline industry

About Hendrik Jan
Hendrik Jan Braamskamp has worked for 13 years in various financial positions within KLM. As Director Finance for the E-Commerce department, he is amongst others responsible for the online payment processes with a focus on expanding payment options in emerging countries. Being father of 3 kids in the range from 0 to 3 years of age, there is not much spare time left, however he still enjoys soccer in an active and passive way and some occasional drinks or wine and dine with friends.   

Emily Bolton
Founder & Owner


Topic: Trends and strategies in Asia Pacific

About Emily
Emily Bolton is the founder and owner of Cupid Media. Set up in 1999 with just one site, the company has since expanded to become one of the leading dating networks in the world with over 30 niche dating sites under its umbrella.
In the competitive online dating market, an MSc in Ecommerce combined with her extensive knowledge of online retail and marketing, make Ms Bolton a dating industry powerhouse. She is dedicated to maintaining and nurturing Cupid Media's competitive edge in the market.
When she finds the time to take off her businesswoman boots, Ms Bolton likes to recharge by working out, driving (very fast) through the streets of Australia's Gold Coast, travelling the world and playing Mum to two beautiful young boys.

Kristi Mansfield  
World Nomads


Topic: From Little Things Big Things Grow: Best Practice Connecting Global Communities 
About Kristi
Kristi Mansfield is online giving expert and social investment advisor. She is passionate about growing giving to create sustainable social change.  As the business development manager for the Footprints Network, a non profit organisation that has raised more than $1.4 million in ‘micro donations’ for projects around the world to alleviate poverty, Kristi helps online businesses to connect and engage their customers to charitable projects around the world.
As a philanthropy advisor, Kristi has raised and facilitated more than $1.2 billion in funding for not for profit organisations globally. Kristi is a director of the Australian Women Donors Network and SharingStories.  She is also the mother of three young children.
Norman Frankel
Topic: Fraud prevention in fraudsters paradise
About Mi-Pay
Mi-Pay a PCI Level 1 Certified leading mobile money company provides an innovative range of multi-channel, ‘white label’, outsourced, airtime top-up services. Enabling consumers to perform secure financial transactions via their mobile phones and online portals, Mi-Pay helps mobile operators drive new revenue streams to boost revenue. UK based, Mi-Pay has offices in Dubai and Romania. Mi-Pay has vast expertise and service offerings that span pre-pay top-ups, mobile initiated payments and mobile money transfer. In November 2009, Mi-Pay was Awarded "Most Innovative Company in Money Transfers" by (IAMTN) International Association of Money Transfers.

Topic: Payments team: From cost center to net contributor

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