Royal African Society / AFFORD / De Charles
Boko Inyundo’s areas of expertise include: corporate strategy and business planning and its alignment with strategic marketing in the context of client relationship management, new business development and globally integrated communications. Boko has a demonstrable professional interest in Africa, noting he is a Non-Executive Advisor to De Charles LLP, a consultancy that builds products and narratives for forward-thinking entities focused on Africa’s technology-related sectors, and has recognised leadership roles in the Africa-UK third sector as a member of the Boards of both the Royal African Society and the African Foundation for Development.
Boko is a listed consultant with Cartus, the US-based industry leader in workforce development support to organizations worldwide, with Boko assisting senior executives and their families as they relocate from the US and Europe into Africa, while he also commentates on Africa-related matters in the media.
Boko Inyundo is the Technology Sector Senior Marketing Manager at DLA Piper where, amongst other responsibilities, he led the delivery of the widely acclaimed 3rd DLA Piper European Technology Summit 2016, which brought together +350 global industry leaders to explore tech and legal trends. Boko is responsible for the strategic business development of the firms Technology Sector and, amongst other initiatives, oversees a structured programme of thought leadership that explores the impact of emerging technologies, with output including: whitepapers; articles; podcasts; blogs; videos; infographics and other digital content, as well as the delivery of the biennial DLA Piper European Technology Index, a survey into trends/regulation conducted with hundreds of industry executives across Europe. Boko also coordinates a series of conferences around the world entitled the DLA Piper TechLaw Event Series and recently launched the DLA Piper TechLaw Podcast Series and the DLA Piper TechLaw Video Series, both of which feature leading industry executives discussing technology-driven innovation. In 2017 Boko also hosted a successful and oversubscribed ‘Fintech in Africa’ event for +200 guests at London Business School in partnership with the Royal African Society, Professionals for Africa and Innovate Finance. In addition, Boko has a client-facing role in support of key client relationships and plays a key role in driving the establishment of collaborative partnerships with leading industry organisations.