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Disclaimer: The views expressed on stopthinksocial are my own and do not necessarily reflect the views of Oracle.

Meet the team

David
Founder

David is considered to be a thought leader on Social Business, a public speaker and consultant on next generation communications and collaboration. With 15 years of experience at Oracle, the last six heading up the Social Networking & Business Collaboration division, he understands that social media is about people and that the cultural change in adoption needs to be part of any Social Business strategy. David is a 24/7 social media addict and a massive Twitter fan where his weekly #SWChat Twitter Chat has surpassed 100 million impressions in just 7 months.

 I'm passionate about social business, because of the possibilities through shared learnings whilst embarking on the journey of great social discovery. 

@DavidChris | LinkedIn | Google+ | XeeMee Profile

LizBusiness Development Director

Liz is Business Development Director, hosts the Social Business Live Show event each week on G+ Hangout On Air and a community leader for our Social Business Community. She also advises small businesses on the use of social media to listen and engage better with their customers. She is a self confessed tech geek with a social media knowledge insight into what is hot right now that is second to none.

 The true power of social media is yet to be realised but businesses today cannot afford to ignore the opportunities these social channels provide. 

@LizCpher | LinkedIn | Google+

Andy
Service Partner

Andy is a Social Business researcher, advisor and public speaker. During the last 17 years he has served as a trusted advisor for several industry leading organizations including Andersen, Ernst & Young, JP Morgan Chase and Oracle. He is a career long student of enterprise communication and collaboration and loves sharing what he has learned. Andy is a frequent conference speaker and an avid road cyclist. He enjoys connecting people and dots.

 Business Guru Peter Drucker said 'the most valuable asset of a 21st century organization will be its knowledge workers and its productivity', I see Social Business as fundamental to enabling both. 

@andyjankowski | LinkedIn | Google+ | Facebook