DIGITAL TRANSFORMATION STRATEGY CONSULTANT AND TECH POLICY ADVISOR
Daniel is a consultant in digital transformation strategy and keynote speaker on innovation, international business strategy, and tech policy.
Currently, Daniel is Associate Account Strategist at Google, where he advices C-level SME Spanish executives on how to optimize, scale and internationalize their online presence and brand awareness with Google. In his role, he collaborates with teams across Google worldwide such as Marketing, Suppor, Product or Partnerships to identify new business opportunities and provide industry insights to customers.
Daniel has a proven track record of using digital skills for social entrepreneurship initiatives after taking part in the Global Shapers initiative of the World Economic Forum and participating in digitalization projects for companies such as Salesforce or SAP. Prior to this, Daniel joined the OECD as a Policy Analyst Trainee and became the first Spanish student invited to attend the Clinton Global Initiative Annual Meeting. There, he had the opportunity to lead live discussions on the digital economy, social development and public policy with world leaders of the caliber of Bill Gates, Jack Ma, Chelsea Clinton or Madeleine Albright.
Daniel holds a Bachelor’s Degree in International Business and a Bachelor’s Degree in International Relations from Universidad Europea de Madrid. He also holds a Diploma in Marketing from University of California, Berkeley and has completed several study abroad programs at McGill University and the London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE).
His interests are at the intersection of public policy, technology, international economics, and digital development. His commentary on these topics has been featured in El País, The Washington Post, International Policy Digest, Medium and the European Student Think Tank. Daniel has also been a keynote speaker on these topics in forums like the Clinton Global Initiative Annual Meeting or El País con tu Futuro and has participated in several roundtables on digital education for Laureate International Universities or the OECD, among other policy forums.
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