Georgie Barrat is a leading technology presenter and journalist.
In 2017, Georgie joined the presenting team on Channel 5’s ‘The Gadget Show‘.
As a journalist, Georgie enjoys writing about tech for a range of publications including The Mirror, Marie Claire & Tech City News.
A regular tech commentator, Georgie has presented the Tonight Show on ITV where she investigated how hackers could put your home security in danger.
Georgie was the resident ‘tech expert’ on ITV’s ‘Weekend’, talking Aled Jones through the latest gadgets and gizmos.
Other broadcasting work includes:
- Being the Carphone Warehouse’s YouTube Channel Presenter
- Delivering Tech City News’s weekly video roundup.
- Commenting on the latest tech stories on Channel 5’s ‘The Saturday Show’
- Guesting on Channel 5’s ‘The Wright Stuff’
- A regular guest on BBC Radio’s Tech Tent
- Commenting on breaking tech stories for BBC Radio 2
Furthermore, Georgie has worked on-camera with a range of tech companies including Sony, Acer, EE, Asus, HP and Mobile World Congress.
An experienced moderator, facilitator and host, Georgie Barrat has worked with corporate clients including Intel, Adobe and Retail Week Live.
Bringing her expertise in media, digital trends and online culture she easily establishes rapport with audiences and panels a like.
As a keynote speaker, Georgie delivers keynotes revolving around social media trends, employing and motivating millennials and Women in Technology.
Speaking topics include:
Managing and Motivating Millennials:
Business needs millennials more than ever to cope with the ever-quickening pace of change – but what values, behaviour and ambitions do young people of today have?
Women in Technology:
How can companies attract, retain and nurture female tech talent? Georgie Barrat explores why women make up only 17% of the industry and offers some practical tips on how businesses can address this imbalance.
Georgie is passionate about getting more girls into coding and works alongside two charities (STEMettes, Baytree Centre) to help encourage 11-14 year-olds to study STEM subjects at GCSE & beyond. As a tech journalist her mission is to do away with the male skewed angle that tech is often portrayed in.
Embracing Digital Change:
How can you use digital to grow your business online, improve productivity and better understand your customers? How can your company successfully implement social media? In this keynote Georgie highlights practical tips and relevant trends to help your business thrive.
Success By Design: Building and Networking with your Personal Bran Online:
Having a personal online presence is more important than ever when it comes to generating business and developing your career. Georgie explains how to optimise search results and also network effectively with your own brand online.