Andy on Twitter

  • Well, I’m furious at him and the equally draconian policies of NSW Govt. Seems you can do whatever you like in Gov… ,
  • Impression is Govt as a whole knows how to implement draconian policies with no public engagement or addressing dow… ,
  • And why not fix the crappy Covid App and make it a requirement to have it and your mobile with you at all times so… ,
  • I’ve just done 14 days self isolation on returning from Vic. Isn’t hard to do. And would have been happy to pay for… ,
  • This is just another example of heavy handed Govt policies with little thought for business or personal impacts. Al… ,
  • NSW latest move to force residents returning from Vic into mandatory isolation is poorly thought out. Instead just… ,
  • NZ needs this, Australia needs this. Instead of heavy handed Government policies implemented in the main without a… ,
  • Well, my Mac is over at the Apple Hospital being repaired - keyboard failure... iPad is worthless as a business too… ,
  • It's time to Dub on Telstra - more on the Dubber news from yesterday. ,
  • Big move by in going native on the Telstra network for Liberate, TIPT and SIP. Game changer… ,
  • Ummm... Yep... mess is an understatement 'A complete mess': angry business demands clarity from Victoria -… ,
  • Great piece from Stephane on Tokenized Banking and how it creates a better banking experience. Great prod… ,
  • Yep, those are the questions to ask. ,
  • Might just be me but feels like has descended into product and app anarchy. An S1 controller and now I need… ,
  • Gald to see this. The amount of corrupt marketing undertaken by Bitcoin companies is staggering. Steve Wozniak sues… ,

About Andy

Andrew Lark

Andy Lark is a globally awarded leader and entrepreneur. He has built one of the most successful SaaS start-ups into a global software powerhouse; launched apps used by millions every day; lead the transformation of Australia’s most vibrant financial services brand; and, built one of the largest eCommerce sites in the world.

During his tenure as chief marketing and revenue officer of Xero – the cloud accounting software leader and one of the world’s fastest-growing software as a service (SAAS) companies, Xero was named the world’s most innovative growth company by Forbes. Andy has held senior executive roles at Dell, Sun Microsystems, Nortel, Commonwealth Bank, and Foxtel.

Today Andy chairs Group Lark – a global consultancy driving brand and digital transformations for the world’s leading countries and enterprises. Group Lark helps great ideas and entrepreneurs flourish in a digital world – and great brands design their future there. His work as an investor, advisor and entrepreneur lead him to raise hundreds of millions resulting in multiple public listings. Group Lark works with founders and their high-growth brands on achieving scale through effective sales and marketing strategies. These include Jiko, Soul Machines, Ansarada, WhiteSky Labs and Westpac.

Andy is regularly rated in the Top 100 CMOs and digital leaders globally; writes one of the leading marketing blogs – The Daily Lark; and recently co-authored NYTimes and Amazon best-seller, Augmented.

For the past two decades, Andy Lark has worked alongside CEOs and their leadership teams to drive growth and change with the aim of attaining digital and brand greatness for their institutions. These include Air New Zealand, Brocade, Commonwealth Bank, Coles, Dell, Emirates Team New Zealand, IBM, Simplot, Southwest Airlines, Sun, The New Zealand Government, Visa, and Xero. He has co-founded and built multiple businesses to >100m valuations.

He is a non-executive director of Mighty River Power. He has held directorships with SLI Systems, Fronde and Number 8 Ventures – New Zealand’s leading technology venture capital firm.

A native of Auckland, New Zealand, Andrew holds a bachelor’s degree from Auckland University and attended Dilworth School in Auckland. He is a passionate supporter of NZ and Australian entrepreneurs where his work was recognised with the NZ Government’s prestigious World Class New Zealander Award — and most recently, the Flying Kiwi Award on behalf of the NZ Hi-tech sector.

When he is not immersed in work, he is a competitive sailor, a very non-competitive cyclist, and writer.