Due to his success in business in 2011, Alex launched an advisory firm, with the aim to help other entrepreneurs start, grow and scale their ideas.
Using LinkedIn to successfully grow the advisory firm, he saw a need for LinkedIn education and as such pivoted that company.
Turning it into Linkfluencer in 2013 with the mission to transform social selling on LinkedIn and revolutionise how businesses find, connect and build meaningful relationships online.
Over the past few years Alex’s work has been featured in more than 60 publications, he currently writes for Huffington Post, Hub Spot and Entrepreneur magazine and is a regular speaker/judge at conferences around the world.
As founder of Linkfluencer, he now focuses on the strategic direction and growth of the business. which in little over 4 years has educated over 18,000 people in 30 countries and 55 different industries,
His company was recently recognized by Forbes as Australia’s Leading LinkedIn Training Company.