Bruce Daisley is a best selling author and technology leader from the UK. He has become regarded as one the most respected thought leaders on the subject of workplace culture and the future of work. He spent 12 years running Twitter in Europe and previously YouTube in the UK. His book on improving workplace culture, The Joy of Work, was the Sunday Times number one business bestseller in spring 2019. The Financial Times made it Book of the Month and it was shortlisted for CMI Management Book of the Year. His Audible Original, No Office Required was a top 10 audiobook on its release in January 2021. His writing to promote the US release on the book (titled Eat Sleep Work Repeat) was featured in Wall Street Journal (full page extract), Washington Post and Harvard Business Review. The book was chosen as book of the quarter for Michael Hyatt’s esteemed Leader Books CEO subscription service.In his business career Bruce Daisley was awarded ‘Greatest Individual Contribution to New Media’ by New Media Age.
He has been rated as the top leader in the UK tech sector by Campaign Magazine. In a prestigious survey of CEOs and MDs, in 2020 Bruce was again named the “Fantasy Hire” that most leaders would like to make – his fourth time of winning the accolade (other names placed included Jeff Bezos, Elon Musk and Martin Sorrell). He regularly ranks as the top-rated speaker at conferences in the US and theUK. Bruce Daisley grew up on a council estate in Birmingham. He started his working career in fast food restaurants to help him pay his way to become the first member of his family to go to university. After dozens of rejections, Bruce landed his first career role by taking a risk and drawing a cartoon CV of his life and mailed it to 50 employers.
Tony O’Malley, CEO, Fujitsu Ireland
Tony O’Malley was appointed Chief Executive and board member of Fujitsu Ireland in June 2015. In this role as Chief Executive, Tony is responsible for leading the Fujitsu Ireland business and working with its 300 plus team to provide value to its private and public sector customers through the use of technology. Tony has over 20 years’ experience working in the ICT sector across a range of senior Sales and Delivery roles, prior to which he spent 12 years as a military officer with the Irish Defence Forces.
Tony stresses the importance of being a responsible business and does so through a number of leading positions including being a Council member of the Dublin Chamber of Commerce; a board member of Ibec’s Technology Ireland group; and as a member of the Leadership Group of Business in the Community where he works to create more a more sustainable business landscape in Ireland. Tony also sits on the Governing Body for National College of Ireland.
Andrew Davis, Fujitsu's NWE Head of Strategy & Growth for Workforce and Workspace Services
With over 20 years’ experience working with technology and a background in engineering and consultancy, Andrew is passionate about helping customers transform their business, empower their employees and realise their workforce vision. He is committed to using technology driven innovation to help organisations transform their ways of working for a more prosperous, sustainable and inclusive society.