Mark Henley is Adobe’s Director of Transformation and Digital Strategy for Asia Pacific.
His specialty is working with C-suite and senior executives to help build timely and practical strategies to address their digital challenges. Skilled with a deep technology background, large program delivery and corporate strategy formulation, Mark is uniquely placed to assist Adobe’s customers and prospects in their digital journey. ]
Mark has advised many of Australia’s best known organisations, as well as notable businesses in India, China and across South East Asia. Examples include BMW, Westpac, AMP, Tourism Australia, Sydney Opera House and Bupa. He works across numerous verticals including Automotive, Retail, Media and Entertainment, Government and Education. Mark speaks regularly at Adobe and customer events about the intersection of technology and organisational change, and the resulting opportunities.
Before joining Adobe, Mark spent seven years at Fairfax Media as CIO for the Australian Financial Review, Director of Editorial Solutions (Fairfax Metro), and Director of Technology Strategy, Fairfax Media. He has first hand knowledge of the technological and cultural transformations that business must undertake to become digitally fluent.
Mark's leadership drove the adoption of a pure digital content platform for the Sydney Morning Herald, The Age and Canberra Times, resulting in Fairfax Media being one of the first name-brand global media outlets to become digital first. Prior to Fairfax, Mark worked in the UK, USA and Australia for a start-up specialising in e-commerce and subscription solutions with clients including Disney, Dow Jones and Bertelsmann. He held VP roles as country manager and in international sales, and the company was acquired by Digital River.
Mark is based in Sydney, Australia.
Keynote - Work, education and the future: why we need to think differently in a machine obsessed world.
iMedia Brand Summit: New Zealand