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017 Creative Content Development with Andrew Herkert

Season 1, Ep. 17

Join us for the EdTech Speaks podcast where we interview Andrew Herkert, who, in every sense of the word, is a visual communications expert.

You will love Andrew for his passion as an EdTech SME, his engagement and delivery as a speaker, and the wealth of his experiences as an international business leader. Andrew works with clients and partners to focus on achieving business outcomes through highly specialized Media Production modalities.

He has a fast-growth track record and has proven success in revenue operations and business leadership. Andrew is currently the Head of Growth at Squigl, a rapidly evolving SaaS solution driven by one of the world's pre-eminent "Creative AI" engines.

When asked about the future of technology, he says, “The next 1 billion users of high technology will not be trained as typists. They won't use keyboards. That means that this whole notion of being word processors or clerks is going away. So it's all about voice and the mobile device.”


Learn more and connect with Andrew here:

www.squiglit.com

www.twitter.com/ajherkert

https://www.linkedin.com/in/ajherkert/

#SquiglIt

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Season 1, Ep. 22
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