Danielle Di-Masi is a multiple award-winning international keynote speaker, author and University lecturer that shows her audiences how to make their best impact online in this very noisy and transactional led business landscape.
Danielle has worked with the likes of Google, 3M, LinkedIn, Twitter, Facebook, American Express, Uber, Mastercard, Cisco, Microsoft, Zendesk and Federal Governments. She has also been featured in Cosmopolitan, Huffington Post, LA Times, GQ, Psychology Today, Business Insider and for many years was the resident expert on tech, business and social behaviours for TV network Channel Ten, with her own segment on national television each week.
Danielle concentrates on our digital presence and shows how anyone can make just
Previously, Danielle spent over 14 years of her career in finance and investment banking; however, as the world turned increasingly digital Danielle focused her career on education and sharing her message across the globe to helping others.
as good impression online as we do face-to-face. In this current world, sometimes we never meet the people we know and work with in person, so we need to learn to be just as effective on and offline. Danielle specialises in digital communications and marketing, focusing on the psychology and fascinating sciences behind how we truly connect and build relationships in this modern world; regardless of the platform online. She is constantly educating on how technology and our human behaviour interacts and inspires by focusing on how we can make the digital world work for us in business, in life, in relationships - with others and ourselves. Danielle shares how we all have our own important brand for the world to know about, so she teaches all about why their online presence matters and how to ensure that everyone coming across them digitally sees and understands who they are. This is particularly important in this current business climate in which trust and impact are vital.
Danielle is an international keynote speaker and emcee, popular media commentator, book author and writer for The
Huffington Post. She is also a University Lecturer
at the University of NSW teaching on
communication and marketing strategy and
business brand, both at a firm and individual level.
Most Innovative Communications Professional of the Year 2019, 2018, 2016
Most Innovative Woman of the Year in Marketing 2017
Female Entrepreneur of the Year 2015
Innovator of the Year 2015
Woman of the Year 2014
Global Business Blogger & a Guinness World Record 2013