Tim Frank Andersen, 52 years old, has education as M.Sc. in Computer Science and has worked
within the digital sphere for more than 25 years.
He is a highly popular moderator and keynote speaker on the topics of Innovation and Digital Transformation.
Since 2006 He has been a partner and chairman of the In2media Group – one of Denmark’s largest digital agency groups, which was sold to KMD and renamed to Charlie Tango in 2017.
Back in 1995, he founded BBDO Interactive, which became one of Denmark’s first standalone Web agencies
named Networkers, co-owned by BBDO.
In 1999 he stood behind a successful merger between Networkers and the Swedish Internet company Framtidsfabriken. Later that year they executed a much-hyped IPO on the Swedish Stock Exchange.
From 1999 to 2001 Tim Frank Andersen was part of the Executive Board in Framfab as Senior Vice President for international sales and marketing. He was also responsible for building Framfab´s brand globally with a presence in 17 countries and +3.500 employees.
In 2000 he joined the IT Venture Company IVS (today Northcap) as one of the first investors and portfolio partners. Here, he sat on the board and became chairman of – and investor in several of the portfolio companies.
In 2000 he also helped found the Media Company WHERE2GO, and from 2003 until 2007, he became investor and CEO. The company was acquired by Aller Press in 2005.
Tim has more than twenty years of experience with developing successful digital strategies and digital Brand strategies for some of the largest companies in Denmark and for several international brands like Nike, Pandora, Kellogg’s and Unilever.
In 1998 Tim published the very successful book:” Brand building on the Internet” together with Martin Lindstrom. The book has been translated into English, Japanese and Chinese. In 2014, he published the book: “10 digital strategies”.
In 2003, he was appointed by the Ministry of Science Technology and Innovation as chairman of the board responsible for developing the Danish IT research strategy. For 6 consecutive years, he has been a member of the Danish ICT Council.
Since 2017 Tim has been a member of the board on digital learning under the Danish Ministry of Education.
For eight years Tim appeared biweekly on the national TV morning show as an expert on the topic of new technology. And in 2007 he was the host on the TV series called “Denmark’s Best Idea” on TV2.