Adrian Sauvageot is a digital innovation and marketing expert. He has spent over 10 years helping small and medium businesses develop their digital strategy working in roles at Giants & Gents as well as YouTalkMedia.
A leader in digital marketing and digital brand strategy, Adrian is the Director of Digital Services at Giants & Gents. Adrian has spent over 10 years leading the digital strategy and campaigns for small and medium sized businesses and is widely regarded as a thought leader in the digital marketing space. Prior to carving out a career in digital marketing strategy, Adrian had a background in software development, education, human development and psychology. He began his career as a software developer specialising in analysis and optimisation of intranet applications. Using the same techniques and his knowledge of how users react to, and learn from, digital messaging Adrian develops robust marketing strategies to reach and connect with audiences.
Adrian has been working with the team at Giants & Gents since 2016 to expand their digital offerings and expand the digital presence of clients. Working with brands including Dr. Oetker, Days Inn, Mucho Burrito, Beaverbrook, and RBC Adrian assists with the conception and development of digital assets and campaigns along side the creative teams.
Prior to joining the team at Giants & Gents, Adrian founded YouTalkMedia in 2008 where he developed omnichannel marketing strategies for small and medium sized businesses. Working with brands such as Unilever, Goodlife, Bentley, Service Master and NIX/Tattoos.com, Adrian lead a team of marketing specialists to create comprehensive online and offline marketing strategies.
When Adrian launched his career, he focused on the analysis, optimisation and development of intranet applications for organisations such as Oxford Properties, and medium sized law firms.
Adrian’s education involves a Bachelors of Software Development from Seneca @ York University. Prior to entering software development Adrian attended the University of Toronto where he studied Mathematics, Probability, Psychology, and Education.