Oisin Lunny

Oisin Lunny

UX business professor

Oisin Lunny is an award-winning marketer, webinar and podcast host, MC, public speaker, virtual event consultant, UX business professor, and writer. His work has been translated into Chinese and Arabic, and read over half a million times as a senior contributor to Forbes, music editor at PHOENIX Magazine, and via regular contributions to The Guardian, CX Magazine and many others. He has also been featured on CNNBBC, The Observer, The Telegraph, Business Reporter, The Drum and CMO.com. He is also the editor of Adrian Swinscoe’s book Punk CX. He is the host of the Siemens Advanta podcast and the Audio Talks podcast by HARMAN and a guest lecturer at IMB International Music Business School, and has worked in a series of leading global technology firms over the past 20 years as Global Product Manager, Country Manager, VP of Technology, Senior Market Development Manager, and Chief Evangelist.

Oisin has hosted, moderated and given keynote presentations at over 200 conferences in every corner of the world, including TEDx, MWC and six times at SXSW. He is known for reliably owning the stage as an experienced event MC, and facilitating vibrant discussion with senior leaders from industry, technology, culture and government. He has joined advisory boards for SXSW, The Economist Big Think, Customer Experience World, Digital Marketing World Forum, Dublin Tech Summit and the Customer Experience Foundation. He was named the #5 most engaged marketer in the UK by LinkedIn, Top Twitter Influencer in Mobile Technology by Technopedia, and Top Thought Leader in Mobile by mCordis.

Oisin maintains a parallel profile as a composer, producer, and DJ. His decades of experience in the creative industries enables him to bring insights from the world of music into entertaining keynotes about the art of networking and business leadership. His first band had a UK top 30 hit and supported Depeche Mode and U2, while his solo music has been featured in films The Mean Machine and Human Traffic. He also composed the original scores for several BBC and Channel 4 documentaries.