Malcolm Alder is a strategy consultant who has worked in professional services for his whole career covering more than 30 years and has invested in digital businesses. He has worked through all life cycle stages from initial exploration through start up and on to operations in both private and public sectors.
Malcolm was previously Partner for Digital Economy at KPMG. He has more than 30 years’ global experience during which time he has worked with senior leaders at organisations such as Telstra, Woolworths, Virgin, Macquarie Group, ABC, Bell Canada, Australia Post and Oxford University.
He has been a Non-Executive Director of an ASX-listed media company and in 2012, Malcolm was listed as one of the 50 Most Influential people in Technology by The Australian IT.
He is a published author and frequent writer and public presenter on a range of digital topics.
Outside work, Malcolm is a bit of a sports nut. He’s a fairly keen golfer – particularly the Links variety – and still plays football (if you can believe that) and is a fan of both Sydney FC and his beloved West Ham. Malcolm’s a Director of the LBW Trust which is a charity that supports under-privileged young men and women in developing countries receive a tertiary education that would otherwise be denied them. Back in the day he was quite a keen thespian but has been “resting” for a number of years now. Malcolm lives with his wife and two teenage children in Sydney in a house where his favourite feature is the wine cellar.