Torie Chilcott started her career in television, working as a producer on entertainment shows for ITV, Disney and Sky among others. She went on to develop shows for Fremantle and Simon Fuller’s 19 Entertainment. She was behind hits like The Farmer Wants a Wife as well as working on Pop Idol. In 2008 she co-founded Rockabox that became Scoota, a disruptive programmatic advertising platform and led to her winning Everywoman’s Technology Woman of the Year award. In 2017 she joined Brian Millar in setting up Paddle Consulting and FUBI.AI a data platform that helps creatives to make more engaging content. She’s a regular keynote speaker at events including Cannes, Tech Nation and Everywoman, teaches at universities including Said Business School and is also a regular speaker at corporate events; recent keynotes include EY, Barclays and The London Stock Exchange.