Lisa Messenger is the vibrant, game-changing founder and CEO of Collective Hub. She'll be speaking at the 41st FIPP World Congress, taking place from 9-11 October in London.
She launched Collective Hub as a print magazine in 2013 with no experience in an industry that people said is either dead or dying. Collective Hub has since grown into an international multimedia business and lifestyle platform with multiple verticals across print, digital, events and more recently, co-working spaces – all of which serve to ignite human potential.
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Lisa is an international speaker, best-selling author, and an authority on disruption in both the corporate sector and the start-up scene. She well and truly traverses an array of industries, having been engaged to speak across the globe for organisations including IBM, L’Oreal, Telstra, Facebook, C3 Church, Commonwealth Bank, CPA Australia, Purina, Harcourts, McDonalds and Estee Lauder. She has headlined events including the National Achievers Congress, Melbourne Spring Fashion Week, she opened the Adelaide Fashion Festival and closed Mercedes Benz Sydney Fashion Week. In 2016, Lisa co-chaired the Virgin Way panel with Sir Richard Branson and in 2017, has been invited to speak at prestigious global media conference FIPP in London.
Lisa’s experience in publishing has seen her produce over 400 custom-published books for companies and individuals as well as having authored and co-authored 16 herself. Most notably, Lisa charted her ride to success with her best-selling book Daring & Disruptive, which she recently signed a global distribution deal for with Simon & Schuster in New York. Its sequel Life & Love reached #1 on Booktopia and Money & Mindfulness hit best-selling status within the first month. Breakups & Breakthroughs soon followed, with a new book release set for August 2017.
Lisa is a regular commentator on business, entrepreneurialism, wellness and intrepreneurialism. A regular contributor to the Huffington Post and Forbes, Lisa is often featured across other media including Harper’s Bazaar, Marie Claire and Sunday Life, and has appeared on the covers of Australian Natural Health, Boss, Acuity and The Weekly Review.
Her passion is to challenge individuals and corporations to change the way they think, take them out of their comfort zone and prove that there is more than one way to do anything. She encourages entrepreneurial spirit, creativity and innovation and lives life to the absolute max. Lisa’s vision is to build a community of likeminded people who want to change the world.
Lisa will speak at the 41st FIPP World Congress, 9-11 October 2017 in London, the UK. Meet her there.
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