James Mack

James Mack

A specialist in global marketing and strategy, I live and breathe technology, in particular I focus on Machine to Machine, The Internet of Things, New Media, Gaming & Marketing Platforms.

I’m always looking forward to the new products and innovations that are going to fundamentally change the way we live, think, communicate and work. My heroes aren’t rock stars or celebrities; they’re people like Elon Musk, Jeff Bezos, Jack Dorsey and Steve Jobs.

My passion is execution. I want whatever project I’m working on, or company I’m working for to be the best it can possibly be. I don’t care who gets the fame and glory, I just want to win. This has resulted in me wearing a variety of hats throughout my career, including: Marketer, strategist, leader, manager, editor, writer, blogger, programmer, teacher, trainer and salesman.

I’ve lived and worked in the UK, Japan & Australia, as well as these I have extensive experience working with companies based in the USA, Canada, SE Asia and Europe. This has caused me to be focused on creating solutions with a strong strategic message that can be clearly understood with appropriate cultural relevance and context in multiple countries.

I love connecting to other like minded professionals so please feel free to reach out if you want to talk business, technology, start-ups or new media.

Specialties: Social Media, Digital Marketing, Communications, Technology Integration, Public Relations, Operational Management, Business Development, Staff Training & Development and Leadership.

Recent Articles

Mitigating risk: Basic measures to prevent DDoS attacks in 2021

Posted on: April 9, 2021

Distributed Denial of Service (DDoS) attacks are getting more and more vicious each day, hurting business targets both financially and reputationally. These attacks work by overloading a web server with requests and causing hours, even days, of downtime and inevitable frustration.

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Buildings can be key to a sustainable future – but first, business models need to change

Posted on: April 8, 2021

The World Economic Forum was right to say in a post this month that buildings could be the key to building a sustainable society post-pandemic.

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