Zoe Kleinman a leading technology journalist and presenter with a real passion for all things tech and over ten years of broadcasting experience.
From cybersecurity and hacking to artificial intelligence and driverless cars, she brings tech stories to a mainstream global audience of millions across international radio, TV and online outlets including Radio 4’s Today programme and BBC World News.
She also travels the world in search of the Next Big Thing – flying selfie-taking drones in the Nevada desert, spending the night in a house full of robots, being turned into a human beatbox, climbing Mount Everest (using Virtual Reality, in a hotel room in Las Vegas) and trying to survive for 48 hours using only Bitcoin on the Isle of Man (she discovered it was easier to buy beer than breakfast)
A confident and entertaining speaker who is in demand as a host, chair, panellist and lecturer, Zoe’s expertise and knowledge of the tech sector is brought to life by her engaging style.
Zoe is a great networker who enjoys meeting and engaging with people from all walks of life.
"Zoe chaired the Business Transformation in Housing conference. I couldn’t recommend Zoe highly enough, she was an excellent chair. She took her time to prepare for the conference to understand the topic and the audience. On the day, Zoe was a complete professional and managed to keep the energy in the room high. She had lots of questions for the speakers and managed to keep the day flowing nicely"
"Zoe was probably the best choice for a chair, she kept it interesting, with good questions and ensured the audience were getting the best out of the conference"
National Housing Federation Conference 2019
"A terrific, well-pitched engaging presentation which was entertaining and informative."
Headmistress, Emma McKendrick
"Zoe was a fascinating speaker who caught the imagination of our students and challenged them about their understanding of the future of technology."
Philippa Toogood, Director of the Murray Centre
A leading technology journalist and presenter with a real passion for all things tech and over ten years of broadcasting experience. Regular presenter of OS, a 2 hour live global current affairs radio programme on the BBC World Service.