Digital Learning and Partnerships Director
Graeme Lipschitz is Digital Learning and Partnerships Director based in the London office of Duke Corporate Education. In this role, Graeme works with the delivery of Duke CE content, how to enhance it through the utilization of technology, and maintain industry standards. He is also focused growing new and enhancing existing partnerships.
Graeme received the the Donaldson Scholarship for Leadership Excellence and earned a Bachelor of Arts in English Literature and Post Graduate Diploma in Enterprise Management from Rhodes University. After completing his studies, he joined Google UK as an account strategist, devising strategies for and increasing spend on accounts including Hilton Hotels, Expedia, Opodo, and Avis Car Hire. He helped to launch Google’s South Africa office in 2008 as well as Google Maps, Streetview and their Ads Editor products. Prior, he headed up business development for Incubeta, one of the world’s largest performance digital agency groups, built, scaled and sold his own digital agency to a consultancy partner after opening in three countries, and has seen a UK startup to a $250m Series D round led by Microsoft.
Graeme is an avid foodie – having cooked over 1,300 different meals over the past 6 years. He regularly participates in football and touch rugby games, and is training for his black belt in karate. He is a single father to a 9-year-old adopted daugher, Maya. Graeme is in the Guiness Book of World Records as having participated in the record for the most people dancing the Zorba at the same time. He writes regularly on his blog (www.graemelipschitz.com/blog) about various topics from education to AI and how technology can augment human existence.
phone: +44 7485 323029
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