Phil is a highly sought out speaker on creativity and innovation and its impact on business, industries, economies and society. The San Jose Mercury News dubbed him the “chief seer“. CIO Insight named his Killer Innovations podcast as a “must listen”.
For his “day job”, he is the vice president and chief technology officer for Hewlett-Packard’s (HP) Personal Systems Group. He is responsible for long-range strategic planning and research and development (R&D) for all of the company’s PC product lines, including displays, mobile devices, notebooks, desktops and workstations.
Phil’s is also a contributing columnist at Forbes where he writes the “The Objective” column for Forbes.com. The column is aimed at creators and users of technology (just about everyone at this point): the former, to help them come up with the next generation of not just cool but truly useful gadgets and systems; the latter, to help them to understand and get the most out of their precious technology budgets.
Audio should equally work as a "stand-alone" audio brand and with voice over (voice of God introduction as Phil is coming on stage).
There should be a unique loop within the longer audio that could be used as the audio logo (similar to the Intel logo). The length for the audio logo should be from 5 to 15 seconds and the logo should be immediately recognizable.
Here is some keywords that describe the feeling the audio should convey: (not in priority order)
anticipation, creative, excitement, increased expectation, innovation, future, confidence, professional, fun, attention (focusing of the audience)