Narry Singh is a successful serial entrepreneur, advisor, and board member with over 18 years of experience in building and managing digital businesses. He has been based in Silicon Valley for over 20 years and recently relocated to London to join Accenture as managing director, head of digital business for Europe, Africa, and Latin America. At Accenture, Narry’s team helps senior executives and their organizations digitally transform their business. This often results in significant changes in the way they grow, work, lead, and partner to create new ventures. Most recently, he helped Outfit7 (creators of “Talking Tom” amongst other mobile apps) become one of the largest mobile media companies in the world, with over 2 billion user installs in 104 countries. Outfit7 today has more active users than Twitter, is profitable, and has never raised any external funding. Prior to Outfit7, he was on the executive team of two companies, one that was acquired, and another that went public in 1998. Early in his career, Narry was a partner at The Regis McKenna Group, a marketing consulting firm whose founder wrote the first business plan for Apple Computer. Narry has served on the board of Bebe Stores, the advisory board of ProsiebenSat1, and the United Nations Global Entrepreneurs Council. He has also served on boards of or advised the World Economic Forum, Architecture for Humanity, and CommerceNet (a non-profit that conducted the first successful Internet e-commerce transaction). He is a terrible engineer and a passionate golfer.