Mark Koybashi-Hillary – Olympic 2012 Blogging

Mark Koybashi-Hillary was been chosen to be a BT Storyteller at the London 2012 Olympic games.

He blogged during the run-up to the games and was there in person to blog events live as they happened.

Competition for official blogging places was – as you can imagine – extremely tough, so we are delighted to show that Mark was recognised as one of the most important British bloggers – worthy of a place at the Olympic games with his laptop and video camera.

He was joined by other storytellers, including Duran Duran singer Simon Le Bon, physicist Professor Brian Cox and broadcaster Emma Freud.

Additionally, Mark’s personal blog won a major international industry award in June  – the Shared Services and Outsourcing Network 2011 Top Blogger.

Though Mark’s blog is generally describing personal experiences related to business and life in Brazil, the judges felt that it offers a useful insight into the work of someone so deeply involved with the international IT industry.

Mark Kobayashi-Hillary is a British author, blogger, and advisor on technology, globalisation and corporate change. He has written several successful management books, including:

  • Global Services: Moving to a Level Playing Field
  • Who Moved My Job?
  • Talking Outsourcing
  • Building a Future with BRICs

Mark is based in São Paulo and is CEO of a Brazilian research and IT analyst, IT Decisions, contributing content and managerial expertise to the firm, which aims to build the largest community of senior IT leaders in Brazil.

Mark is available for keynote speaking engagements.

For further information on Mark, please visit his web page by clicking here