Chris Bowes was one of Australia’s most respected technology journalists, public speakers and commentators before embarking on a successful career as a corporate communications consultant and setting up his own agency.
As well as coaching technology talent from the sidelines, Chris has extensive first-hand experience as a technology spokesperson, with numerous television appearances and radio interviews.
Chris’s last position as a journalist was as Technology Editor at The Bulletin. Chris won Best Editor at the inaugural 1996/97 IT Writers Awards, recognising excellence in IT journalism and his achievements as Editor of PC Week from 1994-1997.
As editor of LAN Magazine in 1993, he launched the formerly quarterly magazine as a monthly and established it as Australia’s leading computer networking publication.
In a technology journalism career dating back to 1988, Chris also contributed to the Sydney Morning Herald, Australian Business Monthly (ABM), Australian Personal Computer, PC User Magazine and Computer Daily News.
Earlier in his career, Chris was a Software Engineer with Netlink Inc and Vital Technology Ltd. He has degrees in Mathematics and Computer Science from the University of Western Australia.