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Cameron Gawley from Buzzshift, in New Zealand for The Project: Digital Disruption 2014. | by US Embassy New Zealand
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Cameron Gawley from Buzzshift, in New Zealand for The Project: Digital Disruption 2014.

Cameron speaking with the guys from Biz Dojo (bizdojo.com/)

 

the-project.co.nz

 

 

 

 

 

Day 1 wrap: blog.nz.usembassy.gov/2014/04/30/the-project-digital-disr...

 

 

 

 

 

Day 2 wrap: blog.nz.usembassy.gov/2014/05/01/the-project-digital-disr...

 

 

The Project photos: www.flickr.com/photos/us_embassy_newzealand/14069580904/i...

 

 

Cameron's Bio:

Cameron is most comfortable when challenging the status quo. A serial entrepreneur and growth hacker, he started his first company—a managed IT service called Computeks—at age 18. He went on to start Boomerang Data, an SAAS and online data backup company, before co-founding BuzzShift, a digital strategy agency.

 

 

Besides starting his own companies, Cameron encourages innovation in others by mentoring at the Dallas Entrepreneur Center and serving as an angel investor for early-stage startups. Naturally curious and creative, he goes beyond being an early adopter to envisioning what could be and working to make that potential a reality.

 

 

As CEO of BuzzShift, Cameron has successfully built a team and a culture that can tackle almost any marketing challenge with outside-the-box, data-informed solutions. BuzzShift partners with clients as varied as Verizon and the National Breast Cancer Foundation, designing programs that connect with people individually and yet are measurable, trackable and scalable.

 

 

Cameron ranks as #5 on Business Insider's list of the 25 most influential ad execs on Twitter. He is a founding member of the Social Media Club of Dallas, and Board Member for the American Advertising Federation of Dallas.

 

 

Interesting fact: Cameron inspired a line of ceiling fans that are named after him. No, really.

 

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Taken on May 6, 2014