Max Ryerson

Max Ryerson

Max Ryerson is a global digital strategist with more than 15 years experience, starting his career as an award winning website designer and developer. He has delivered web & mobile projects, multi-channel marketing campaigns, and digital strategies for leading businesses in various industries including finance, film, publishing, niche social networking, and until very recently commercial property as the National Digital Strategy Manager for The GPT Group.

He has led the development of industry firsts such as real-time feeds and social network commerce. He is a regular speaker on the topics of social media, digital disruption, and the future of digital. Max has worked in Monaco, the UK, France, Belgium, Switzerland, and the US. He has a passion for helping brands and companies deliver smarter experiences.

In an always-on social-media-driven digital age, there is a temptation to believe the Out-Of-Home (OOH) media industry — roadside billboards, bus shelters, street furniture, advertising in airports, train stations, undergrounds, down the road, inside your local shopping mall — may find it harder to maintain, let alone increase, its share

We’ve worn technology for decades: from headphones, to hearing aids, to prosthetics, to glasses, sunglasses, goggles, and diving masks to Bluetooth headsets, to helmets, to watches, to signet rings, to as far back as clothing, to perhaps even perfume – wearing innovation isn’t foreign or new to humans. In developed

Smart Cities: How digital will put people in the centre Digital is permeating every aspect of life. Healthcare, retail, transport, communications, government. As digital undergoes continued adoption, it will continue to drive improved communications, real-time access to data and connected products and services (things), and deliver better experiences for all

Digital is changing the way we shop and in return it is changing the way retailers respond to our demands. Like many industries, retailers are experiencing major disruption from digital: new technology is changing customer behaviour, offering more choices and empowering the consumer with information when they want, where they