Continuing our Global working video competition ‘meet the judges’ posts, offering a deeper insight into why we chose our expert panel of judges and what they’re looking for. Today: Global Integration CEO Kevan Hall.

Kevan Hall at Tweetcamp

Can you introduce yourself to readers  in one sentence, please:

I am the CEO of the Global Integration group.

What made you agree to be a judge for the global working video competition?

I thought the competition would be great idea and enable more people to get involved in the topic. I also wanted to see how we could use YouTube and other social media to engage with people.

What’s been your own experience of global working?

I managed global and regional organisations during my corporate career in a range of functions, HR, Finance, Manufacturing and Business Planning. I have lived in the UK and France and now work with clients and manage businesses in Europe, US and Asia.

 IF you were allowed to enter (and you’re not – you’re a judge!) what would your own entry look at?

I would try to be original and provocative, I am very interested in how social media can help enable global teams and communities at the moment: this is a new field and ripe for experimentation.

What will you be looking for in the entries you judge?

The quality of the idea and innovation or passion in how it is delivered. This does not mean high production values are needed: it’s about the people.

Previous meet the judges posts: Alan Hall,  T.H. Ong and Dr Vinay Raj Menon

About the author:

Claire Thompson Claire has a background in PR and communications, and has worked in the UK and abroad for many years. Within Global Integration, she's the frontline for co-ordinating the blogging, social media, posting and general digital magic that team members ask for support with. It keeps her busy - she loves it! Google+ Profile: .

Contact us now to find out more or speak to one of our specialists