An engaging Speaker with over 20 years experience in Australian media
An engaging Public Speaker on the topic of Social Currency, Philippa Spork knows how to leverage the digital platform to drive business outcomes.
She has a flair for interrogating the speaker's brief and tailoring a keynote that hits the mark for her audience; by truly putting herself in their shoes. More than 20 years of presenting to the top execs at some of the globe's biggest marketing brands has taught her how to well and truly read the room and deliver a presentation that connects on the day.
A regular contributor in the media nationally providing commentary on social topics such as social media effectiveness and how to leverage your digital profile, most recently having featured on 2UE in Sydney, 6PR in Perth and 2CC in Canberra.
Philippa spent more than two decades developing innovative integrated marketing solutions to drive sales in an increasingly complex marketing landscape, on behalf of Australia’s two largest media companies, PBL Media and Seven West Media, whilst also raising three busy school-aged children before launching her own consultancy in 2012.
In 2015, Philippa published her book Rules of Social Engagement - a practical, no-fuss guide to creating effective digital social content to drive sales featuring downloadable templates with each chapter. It is available as a paperback, eBook and also as a 10-module eLearning program.Philippa was voted B&T Magazine’s 2015 National People’s Choice Winner, and was a 2015 National Digital Finalist for her work on Rules of Social Engagement.
Currently working with brands like Ray White QLD, Seven Network’s Integrated sales division RED and many other businesses around the country, Philippa enables them to leverage their brands in a digital landscape. Spork has a series of products and tools for both individuals and businesses looking to profit from their digital profiles. She has launched the country’s first subscription based content library with social scheduling, MEDIARY in December 2015