Fabian Venter is an award-winning marketer with more than twenty-five years of experience leading creative, hard-hitting marketing teams for multinational giants and start-ups – across four continents.
Over the course of his career, Fabian has helped launch healthcare products into African countries, lectured on branding in Guangzhou, China, served as an advisory Board member for a Google Lunar XPRIZE team, and founded a successful advertising agency. He has been a keynote speaker at the UK CEO Alliance in London, managed multi-million dollar brand rollouts, and was instrumental in creating a marketing initiative that, among many things, achieved records in Australian radio and TV ratings that remain to this day.
Fabian’s career has included several leadership positions, including: Vice-President, Global Marketing, for one of the world’s leading telecommunication groups, Chief Marketing Officer for a USA online marketing agency now ranked number three in the industry, and National Marketing Communications Director for Australia’s second largest manufacturer of domestic housing. Add all of this with his qualifications (Business Administration, Corporate Communications and Design) and he is able to comfortably align with folks from all walks of life, and at all levels within any organization.
Fabian has worked with organizations across diverse industries, including brands such as Kimberly-Clark, Boeing, Telstra, John Deere, ACCESS, Kelly Consulting, LSF Network, The CyberNet Group, and News Limited. With these organizations, Fabian has worked with others to drive creativity and bring concepts, products and services to market in a narrative that a target audience can understand and embrace.
Fabian lives in the San Francisco Bay area where he collaborates and consults with business executives, sharing his observations, know-how, and skills to help develop and align strategy with design, messaging and branding.
Fabian is also an ‘adventure-motorcyclist,’ having led an expedition across several Australian deserts, and ridden across much of Southern Africa, Europe and the USA.