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Christer Holloman is an experienced digital business change consultant, author of Amazon bestseller 'The Social Media MBA' series and credited as “One of London’s Most Influential Individuals Within New Media” by The Evening Standard.
Christer Holloman is an experienced digital business change consultant. He is the founder and CEO at Divido, the API platform for retail finance and a fast-growing technology start-up in the process of changing the old school financial services sector, which has become a market leading fintech business in the UK and has even won government support (funding) for the way it helps SMEs and consumers against big banks. Google named Divido among the best ten of all European start-ups. Holloman helps organizations monetize digital, as well as writing and speaking about how new technologies affect business.
Christer Holloman is Chairman of Fintech Finishers, set-up to raise awareness, inspire action and introduce accountability for more diversity, inclusion and equality in the fintech industry. Members include senior execs from companies such as Revolut, TransferWise and ClearScore.
Prior to starting Divido, Christer Holloman launched Glassdoor.com in Europe, Middle East and Africa, which subsequently got acquired for $1.2 billion USD. Before this, he helped traditional media companies like The Times and the Daily Mail in the UK and Gannett, the largest newspaper publisher in the US, to monetize new digital channels for recruitment, property and content.
Christer Holloman is the author of Amazon bestseller 'The Social Media MBA' series and 'How to Sell Online'. He also authored ‘How Banks Innovate’ which will be published in 2021 and features 16 case studies from the most innovative banks around the world.
Credited as “One of London’s Most Influential Individuals Within New Media” by The Evening Standard, Christer Holloman is often invited to write for The Guardian, Sky News and GQ about how organizations can make the most of opportunities presented by new technologies. Holloman has also been named one of London’s most influential individuals within new media by the Evening Standard.