Tech disruptor and marketing master for hire Henry Harris-Burland is currently the VP of Marketing for Starship Technologies. Starship has received global attention in recent years for their development of a self-driving delivery robot. These advanced personal delivery robots can travel up to 2 miles to deliver goods to recipients. In 2017, Starship inked a partnership with Domino’s pizza to employ the self-driving robots for pizza deliveries in designated areas of the United States. Henry has been at the forefront of this new technological development since joining the company in 2016. Through appearances and keynote speeches, Henry shares the challenges Starship has faced in bringing the product to market, redefining the future of tech innovation, social acceptance and disrupting the marketplace.
Prior to Starship, Henry has built an impressive business portfolio as an entrepreneur and thought leader in marketing and technology. He is the co-founder of Fresh Live, a marketing and events company he sold in 2013. Following his tenure at Fresh Live, Henry then went on to join the team at Rolls-Royce Motor Cars. He worked as the head of global product communications where he oversaw product launches, press conferences and media relations across 8 global regions.
Henry is an engaging entrepreneurial self-starter with a background in sales, communications and new business development. He is a self-proclaimed perfectionist who draws attention to the small details that add up to the big picture of success. He has worked on many different rungs of the business ladder and understands how each employee can contribute to the success of a company.
Henry makes a great guest speaker for tech conferences, innovation summits, internal business meetings and tech expos.
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