Paul Crowe is at the forefront of helping organizations embrace the constant evolution of consumer expectations, technology, and design. He thrives on enabling his clients to quickly adapt to the changing landscape, embrace the risk involved with the process, and prosper from the business and cultural benefits that are delivered – ultimately creating an organizational competitive advantage.
Paul is currently the CEO of Intersect, an organization that has built its award winning business by helping Fortune 500 companies think and act like startups – an offering that complements the company’s work facilitating the growth and success of startups at their Toronto site. Intersect (formerly known as bnotions) was acquired in 2015 by Symbility Solutions and with the acquisition Paul also assumed the role of CMO of global marketing operations – bringing his test & learn and agile mindset to marketing and business development of the company. His marketing team is operating in a way that is anything but business as usual and unique for B2B organizations.
Prior to his role as CEO at Intersect and CMO at Symbility Solutions, Paul spent over a decade in roles extending across digital marketing, digital advertising, digital/mobile strategy, and the oversight of product management, product design, and engineering teams that have delivered projects for the likes of Facebook, Zynga, Walmart, Loyalty One, TD Bank, CIBC, Stubhub, Bittorrent, 500px, Liberty Mutual, Johnson & Johnson, Janssen Pharmaceuticals, Standard Innovation, Morneau Shepell, Mastercard, American Express, the LCBO, Express Scripts, Samsung, RBC, and eBay Inc. among many others.
Paul and his various businesses have received numerous awards and recognition from the likes of Profit Magazine, E&Y, Toronto Region Board of Trade, Facebook, and many more. The awards presented to Paul include but are not limited to Toronto Region Board of Trade Employer of the Year, Facebook Global Innovation Award, Profit Fast 50, and the BDO Business Value Award.
Paul has spoken at conferences across North America, the UK, and his home country of Canada. There’s little Paul loves more than sharing his passion for turning what could be perceived as risk into an opportunity that can flourish into something remarkable; for showcasing how organizations can fully embrace change so that they can move faster and build smarter.