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Iggy Pintado
Worked at Australian Institute of Company Directors
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Marketing Director, Business Catalyst, Connector
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Iggy Pintado is an accomplished and experienced Marketing Director and enterprise business leader with sales, marketing, channels and online expertise. 

Over the 25 years, Iggy has held professional, management and executive positions in enterprise sales, marketing, channels, operations and online management at IBM, Telstra, UXC Connect and the Australian Institute of Company Directors. 

Iggy's value to an organisation is in developing practical business strategies that deliver tangible results, implementing both traditional and online sales, marketing and channel initiatives that enable sustainable and engaging relationships with customers, prospects and partners and; establishing disciplined management systems for measurable opportunity identification and validation, revenue-generating and expense control outcomes for commercial benefit.

He has extensive experience in managing all aspects of marketing plans, strategies, policies and procedures and engagement in large and diversified organisations. He has a demonstrated record of providing strategic direction and leadership in all activities from a range of product and service focused organisations.

He possesses a proactive and energetic leadership style complimented by a highly developed interpersonal and communication skill set that enables him to establish and maintain high level relationships across the board. 

Iggy's first book, Connection Generation, is a fascinating study of how connectedness affects our place in society and business and the challenges and opportunities this compelling development presents.


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Connected.
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Marketer, Business Catalyst, Speaker, Author, Educator
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Marketing, Sales, Channels, Operations, Digital, Mobile, Social
Employment
  • Australian Institute of Company Directors
    GM, Member & Marketing Services, 2013 - 2015
  • UXC Connect
    Director, Solutions & Marketing, 2010 - 2013
  • IBM
    Marketing, 1986 - 2006
  • Telstra
    Online Operations, 2006 - 2008
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Infographics using SAS
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Top 5 characteristics of a strong data strategy
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Major electrical utility challenges for 2016 (and how analytics can help)
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The data behind jail breaks
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People often seek out our company for guidance related to master data management, data governance and data quality.

A viral video that was 47 years in the making
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Analytical segmentation for data-driven marketing
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Marketers have used segmentation as a technique to target customers for communications, products, and services since the introduction of cus

The power of passion and curiosity
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Twelve posts from 2015 that deserve a second look
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I began 2016 by compiling a list of popular articles from my blog in 2015.

Love this place. Great pasta, burgers and salads. Always busy but the staff seem to be just as attentive and meet your needs. A great place to meet and eat!
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
Best place in Neutral Bay for breakfast, lunch or just a coffee. The service is impeccable and staff friendly.
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
Favourite breakfast meeting place in Sydney. Central to north of Sydney CBD and food and coffee hits the spot. Whether you sit inside or outside, the dining experience with a colleague, business prospect or friend is exquisite.
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
You can experience this place either eat-in or takeaway. The dining experience is cool with open access to the street. There is a wide variety to choose from on the menu. Take-out can sometimes arrive a little soggy but still retains its taste. Overall a good place for a meal.
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
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The Business Centre and Member Lounge on the first floor of 20 Bond Street has a modern and multi-functional space for members that can be used for informal meetings, private work or to simply unwind. It is the place for members to catch up on emails, access free WiFi or just charge your laptop, smartphone or tablet while you go for lunch. Whether between meetings or between flights, you can settle in and get refreshed with a complimentary tea or coffee.The added bonus is to meet AICD's Member Relations Executives and connect with your member peers.
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Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
Probably the best 24/7 cafe outside of the Sydney CBD. Loved their scrambled eggs for breakfast, sandwiches for lunch and omelette for dinner. Good spot for a snack after the movies or if you just have the munchies.
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
Delightful cafe with a range of food options. The coffee offering is nice and my favourite are the small mini pink and chocolate cupcakes that make for a delightful snack.
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago