Gary is Australia's new pioneer thought leader on innovation and creativity. His interest is in getting people and companies to think differently. He gives useful, simple and easy to understand suggestions that are relevant to all businesses to give your brand a true edge. He speaks to audiences around the world about unlocking their thinking, imagination and ideas in the areas of performance, problem solving, innovation, marketing, strategy, creativity and learning.
Gary's innovative approach assists organisations and individuals in challenging their traditional way of thinking to be able to successfully unlock their great ideas. In order to truly innovate and develop breakthrough ideas you need to think differently and that is what Gary is all about. His presentations are empowering, enjoyable and entertaining, and his simple, straightforward approach to thinking always well received.
In 2002 Gary opened Australia's first ever creative thinking venue at Fox Studios in Sydney called the Ideas Vault. His venue is now used by some of the biggest corporations in the country for creative thinking, meetings, seminars and training sessions. Gary has published five books; 'The Keys to Creativity', 'Who Stole My Mojo?', 'What Made You Think of That?', 'The Vibe' and 'My Dad's Got Mojo'.
Gary is also the co-founder of one of Australia's leading cycling foundations which raises money in an effort to cure cancer. The Tour de Cure has now raised well over a million dollars in donations and many millions of dollars in publicity since its inception in 2007.
He is also the founder of a corporate fundraising day called the Day of Inspiration which gathers together keynote speakers, entertainers and performers in Sydney for a one day event in front of a corporate crowd to raise awareness and funds towards the curing of cancer.
He's won the TEC Speaker of the Year Award in both 2007 and 2008 and is renowned for his passion and drive in helping people to think differently about their life, family, business and Mojo.