Benjamin Chaminade – Keynote Speaker

Specialist in the future of work and managerial innovation

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Specialist Subjects

  • Future of Work
  • Human Resources
  • Managerial Innovation
  • Leadership
  • Corporate culture


  • English


An international specialist in leadership, innovation culture and the impact of digital on the private sector, Benjamin Chaminade is an entrepreneur, author and consultant.

Chaminade began his career as an Attraction Manager at Disneyland Paris, where he found out that culture and people were the key to an efficient organisation. He then decided to create Aditia, a Human Resources consulting firm, specialising in employee loyalty and engagement. He has also written two books: Identify and Retain Your Talented Employees and Become a Reference Employer.

He then moved to Australia where he launched C3job, the first job site specialised in customer relations, which became the country’s fourth largest job site and was bought the following year. He then co-founded Big Fish, a startup specialising in recruitment, and InsideHR, a series of tools dedicated to improve employee motivation and commitment.

After 10 years in Australia, Chaminade left to travel and began giving talks all over the world. Upon returning to France, he ended up taking on a different project, taking over Technoraid, a Rally-raid competition stable and the maker of the 4 wheel drive 400hp Renovatio.
At the same time, he launched several blogs about intergenerational management, discussing Generation Y and innovation. In 2014, he became the curator of Creative-Day, an annual event about corporate innovation culture.

Today, Benjamin Chaminade works with many companies, helping them understand current cultural changes and how they might impact HR. He is also travelling the planet as a keynote speaker, speaking about managerial innovation and the future of work.

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