Shivvy Jervis

Shivvy Jervis

Award-winning Futurist, Europe's Top 30 Women in Digital

Business & Management, Facilitators & Moderators, Future & Technology, Innovation & Creativity

  • Topics: Branding, Digital transformation, Disruption, Fintech, Innovation/Creativity, Marketing, Social Media, Technology, Telecommunications, Facilitator
  • Languages: English
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Subjects

  • Transformative Tech
  • Future of the Digital Economy/Future of Digital
  • Tech-for-Good
  • Digital & Social MegaTrends
  • Women in Tech
  • Virtual Reality
  • Millennials

Voted one of the ‘most creative thinkers in tech’ and a thought leader ‘making digital Britain tick’, Shivvy Jervis is a futurist and video series creator uncovering ground breaking advances that affect us all.

Shivvy has been commended as having “the remarkable capacity to uncouple the relevant from the mere buzz” (Curator of TED Global), a “true expert with tremendous charisma” (the UK’s former Digital Minister) and an “outstanding presenter” (author of Turnaround Challenge).

Shivvy has received over 15 pieces of recognition including 4 national award nominations - this includes being voted one of London's top 10 future leaders, named by CNN as a media leader and winning a Britain's Asian Women of Achievement award.

Shivvy immerses herself in future technologies, the digital economy and on-line trends, making sense of these for both corporations and consumers. Shivvy demystifies some of the concepts that will radically reshape sectors, industries and ultimately our day-to-day lives.

Shivvy is particularly known for her work as the creator and host of a long-running online video series Digital Futures that has tracked up over 10 million views to date. In it, she curates fast-paced dialogue on the impact of emerging technologies with industry heavyweights and new founders alike.

Shivvy champions the notion of ‘tech-for-good’ and purpose-driven innovation, the sheer power of the digital and tech arena to drive meaningful and sustainable impact. As a former business journalist, she has a sharp sense for not only what is newsworthy, but critically what will make headlines in the future.

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