For more than twenty years, entrepreneur Warrick Cramer has been turning his mind to the business of digital transformation and the evolution of what is next for society. Driven by a passion for technology, global collaborations and the exchange of ideas, Warrick has paved the way for many start-ups and new technologies.
Warrick was most recently the CEO of the Vodafone’s Global Centre for Innovation in Europe, known as Tomorrow Street – a joint venture between Vodafone and the Government of Luxembourg to scale late-stage start- ups, assisting them to reach key global markets and make real change.
Warrick drove strategic alliances that successfully worked across government and Vodafone’s multiple markets in Europe, the US and Asia. He also established the inaugural Arch Summit in Luxembourg in 2018. The major tech industry conference was set up to highlight new technologies, enabling collaboration and networking for the thousands of attendees, industry figures, and brands from across the world.
Prior to moving to Europe, Warrick was an established entrepreneur in Melbourne. Among the businesses he founded was Micro P, a mobile payment company which developed a highly successful payment security authentication system that still used by several banks today.
Since returning to Australia in early 2020, Warrick has been consulting to a number of organisations in the start-up sector.
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