DIGITAL TRANSFORMATION STRATEGY AND POLICY ADVISOR
Daniel is a consultant in digital transformation and policy and keynote speaker on innovation, international strategy, and tech policy.
Starting in 2019, Daniel will be Associate Account Strategist at Google, where he will advise C-level SME Spanish executives on how to scale and optimize their online presence through Google Ads. He will collaborate with teams across Google to identify opportunities and industry insights for customers.
Currently, he takes part in the Education and Local Policies Committee of the Global Shapers Hub in Madrid, an initiative of the World Economic Forum, where he uses digital skills to drive citizen engagement and foster social entrepreneurship.
Prior to Google, Daniel worked and participated in projects for companies like Salesforce or SAP and developed skills in international policy analysis in organizations such as the OECD. In 2015, he became the first Spanish student invited to attend the Clinton Global Initiative Annual Meeting.
Daniel holds a Bachelor’s Degree in International Business from Universidad Europea and a Diploma in Marketing from University of California, Berkeley. He’s completed several study abroad programs at McGill University and the London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE) and is currently completing a second Bachelor’s Degree in International Relations at Universidad Europea.
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