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John Horsley
John Horsley 23 September 2013
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Meet Antony Mayfield, Founding Partner, Brilliant Noise [VIDEO]

Digital Doughnut catches up with Antony Mayfield, Founding Partner, Brilliant Noise on the run up to Inspiration our flagship event on the 31st of October at the Royal Geographic Society.

Digital Doughnut catches up with Antony Mayfield, Founding Partner, Brilliant Noise on the run up to Inspiration our flagship event on the 31st of October at the Royal Geographic Society. 

 

 



Antony Mayfield

Founding Partner
Brilliant Noise

In 2006 Antony founded the content and social media teams at Spannerworks/iCrossing, which became the largest independent digital marketing firm in the world, before being sold to Hearst Media in 2010. Prior to iCrossing, Antony spent a decade in journalism and corporate communications, most recently as a director in the Bell Pottinger Group. 

He is the author of the best-selling book on how to manage personal reputation online, Me and My Web Shadow, which has been published in several countries by A&C Black/Bloomsbury. He has also written a number of e-books, the most well-known of which, “What is Social Media?” has been downloaded tens of thousands of times, placed on reading lists for top business schools and translated into Chinese.

A regular public speaker on issues around the web, business and media, Antony gives commentary both on his own blog and in mainstream media, from industry titles like Reputation Online to the Wall Street Journal. 


Antony regulary talks for executives at marketing leading companies including GlaxoSmithKline, Coca-Cola, Google, VF Corporation, Bloomsbury/A&C Black, LloydsTSB and Turner Broadcasting.


Catch up with Antony Mayfield and other fantastic speakers at Inspiration, find out more here! 

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