Paul Daly holds a Bachelor of Science and a Masters degree in Commercialisation of Science and Technology. He played a central role in the establishment of m.Net Corporation Limited — a company that deployed the first 3G mobile network in the Southern Hemisphere and was responsible for one of the first large-scale free public WiFi networks in the world. The operations of m.Net were purchased by the Publicis Group in 2013.
Paul currently manages the Entrepreneurship Program for the City of Adelaide. He develops and implements strategy and programs that support the establishment and growth of Adelaide-based businesses. Paul established the Adelaide Smart City Studio as a focal point for innovation in products and services that support the growth of Adelaide as a smart city and continues to provide strategic oversight to the Studio.
Paul is the convenor of the Adelaide Entrepreneurship Forum. He works closely with key stakeholders in the entrepreneurial ecosystem ensuring that Adelaide remains a great place to start and grow a business. Paul is also a co-founder of Entrepreneurs Week which has been running annually since 2015.
Paul believes we will see more change in the way we work over the next thirty years than we have seen since the beginning of the industrial revolution. As a keynote at the Adelaide ACS Seminars, Paul will be examining why digital disruption represents a massive challenge for people planning their careers today and how entrepreneurial skills have become a core competency for the future of work.
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