Alan Moore: Founder, SMLXL
DishyMix episode 157: Alan Moore on Renegotiating Power Relationships in the Globally Networked Society
Alan Moore is the founder of the Engagement Communication Consultancy SMLXL.
Alan is an author of several books including, Communities Dominate Brands: Business and Marketing Challenges for the 21st Century. Amongst other plaudits Communities Dominate Brands has been described as prescient. He is recognised as a great distiller of complex arguments into their most salient points, who can take concepts from many sources and find the previously hidden relationship between them. He has a firm grasp of the changes which are reshaping our world. With his insight on the interlocking trends of; media, culture, communication and commerce, Alan enables companies to develop winning strategies for how businesses and organisations can succeed in the early 21st Century. In 2008 Alan was commissioned by Microsoft to write a paper on the potential and the possibilities of the “Mobile Society.” Available (here The Glittering Allure of the Mobile Society).
Alan is currently working on his next project: No Straight Lines: Advanced living for the networked society. A project thatinvestigates the complex and interwoven relationship between: people, identity, communications technology, commerce and society and looks at its implications.
As a well known writer, thinker and public speaker Alan has addressed, radio, television, and conference audiences globally. Reviews of his books and his articles have been published in many respected magazines, journals and newspapers.
Alan is an executive director of Mass Niche Media.
He sits on the advisory boards of the mobile IPR and
patent company CVON and mobile marketing company,
Qustodian. He sits on the board
of inspiration at the Dutch Think Tank Freedom Lab. He acts as a special
advisor to GrowVC. He is a
visiting lecturer at the Cambridge University Judge Business School, and
at the Oxford University Saïd Business School including Exec Ed
programs.Alan is a Fellow of the Royal Society of