A management consultant, helping global brands strategise, plan and execute solutions that add significant positive impact to their bottom line
Sam Akbari has consulted with some of the largest brands in the world across APAC, EMEA and USCA. Delivering real impact and value to organisations and their challenges.
Adding tangible value to mid-large global enterprises in APAC, EMEA and USCA
Not a typical business management consultant. Sam has spent 12+ years in management consulting and has the soft skills to build strategies and the hard skills to understand, plan and execute them.
Bringing efficiency while improving the bottom line through change and transformation initiatives
In the last 13 years, Sam has served in multiple leadership roles including on the c-suite of private and public organisations. Most recently, Sam led the Global Go-to-Market operations at Breville Limited (ASX: BRG), an Breville is $3Bn Australian small home appliances brand, founded in Sydney in 1932.
He was previously the Chief Revenue and Marketing Officer at Netlinkz (ASX: NET), an Australian $100m Network-as-a-Service (NaaS) platform and the Founder and Chief Executive Officer at Great Minds Consulting, a management consulting firm based in Sydney and Hong Kong. Sam is also a current member of the Australian Institute of Company Directors (AICD).
Head of Global
Breville Limited (ASX: BRG)
& Marketing Officer
Netlinkz (ASX: NET)
Integrated Technology (APJ)
McCorkell & Associates
Founder / Chief
Great Minds Consulting
of Product (SaaS)
Combining content creation and amplification to generate demand that drives attributed sales
Developing and executing an ‘always-on’ content marketing strategy incorporating big-picture campaign management.
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