Braingraph is expanding rapidly, welcoming an exciting addition to our team:

Nicole Yershon

Nicole will be Braingraph’s head of digital innovation, connecting the right people, ideas, and aspects of any digital challenge and thereby transforming it into an opportunity. She is also an expert in (re)connecting our clients’ business with the future in completely original and unforeseen ways that open up new pathways for growth and allow our clients to tap into completely new avenues of generating value. In short, if you haven’t met Nicole yet, it is about time, because by connecting with her you will immediately find yourself connected to one of the most connected people in the digital economy. And Nicole has also written a fascinating book about disruptive digital innovation – Rough Diamond”:

A comprehensive list of Nicole’s achievements would require a mammoth effort, so I’ll only stretch to summarising a few key milestones: these include her founding and running Ogilvy & Mather UK Group Digital Innovation Lab, being a Honorary Fellow of Ravensbourne College and sitting on the NESTA – Creative Economy Advisory Committee, being a Cannes lion innovation & d&ad and Penrose awards judge, as well as judging for SXSW in the category innovation, being a Women in IT finalist and BIMA judge – and much more, including obviously authoring “Rough Diamond”, an exciting book capturing her intra- and entrepreneurial experience.

Everyone at Braingraph is excited and very happy to welcome Nicole to our team, and especially our directors have expressed their excitement:

Kester Leek on Nicole:

The experience Nicole brings to the table is going to be essential in helping our clients adopt disruptive strategies. I fully expect her to be an asset to the team and am looking forward to the innovation Nicole is determined to drive.”

Ab Saraswat about Nicole:

“Nicole’s extensive and pioneering experience in digital innovation makes her an incredibly valuable resource, not only to our clients, who will undoubtedly benefit from her passion and knowledge, but also to Braingraph, where she brings a fresh point of view.”