Entrepreneur, E-Learning, E-Commerce, Speaker, Trainer

2015

Contact Me on Email: chambly [@] gmail.com

2014

  • Brought on as business development consultant for Cornwall Music Service Trust
  • Delivered various eCommerce solutions for a range of businesses
  • Delivered various professional training courses for a variety of business
  • Consulted and set up digital strategy for Cornwall Music education HUB
  • Advised on digital options for NHS services with a pharmaceutical company

2013

  • Launched Cornwall Trade Network, an offline and online community of small business in Cornwall with the mission of providing business related education
  • Delivered several master-class workshops in business marketing
  • Designed and built an eCommerce solution for The Inspire Curriculum to deliver digital learning products to primary schools
  • Consulted and trained Bare Knuckle Pickups staff to roll-out a social media presence, building their Facebook page from 0 to over 100k fans

2012

  • Started consulting for Cornwall Learning. The Cornwall County Council organisation concerned with professional development for primary and secondary school teachers. I implemented e-learning packages around e-safety and delivered multiple Content Management System and Learning Management Systems. This included all aspects of social media and digital marketing.
  • Joined a blues / rock band, the Bare Knuckle Blues Band

2011

  • Worked with various PR agencies on social media related pitches and projects including London 2012, Capital One
  • Spoke at the KBA annual conference on the subject of “Customer Engagement”
  • Completed a formal “buy-out” relationship with SAE Institute
  • Organised and hosted MediaJam New York City

2010

  • Delivered multiple training events in SEO, Digital Marketing and Social Media in London, Berlin, New York, Liverpool
  • Organised and hosted international conference SMiB10 : “Social Capital
  • Organised and hosted MediaCampLondon4
  • Organised and hosted MediaCampLiverpool

2009

2008

  • Re-branded the ACHUB as the Social Media Mafia – a group focussed on facilitating critical thinking, amiably
  • Sold my start-up Audiocourses, and saw it through a merger – I then rebranded it to SAEOnline (I built that, the lot)
  • Began consulting for SAE Institute
  • Began guest writing for Girly Geekdom
  • Nominated and voted onto the Interim Board of Directors for Social Media Club
  • Lead organiser for MediaCampLondon2, MediaCampBucks – the free unconference series
  • Supported and aided the development of MediaCampSicilia and MediaCampRoma
  • Lead organiser for Social Media in Business a one day conference in Buckinghamshire

2007

2006

2005

  • Emigrated back to UK
  • Senior Lecturer for Buckinghamshire Chilterns Univeristy
  • Programme Manager for BSc Music Technology
  • Started formal relationship with Buckinghamshire Chilterns University (re-branded BNU) as Senior Lecturer and led audio department and the development of BSc Technology Degrees in music and moving image

2004

  • Launched The Phone Cam – a community portal for mobile phone photographs
  • Played rugby seriously for Cesano Boscone (Milan)

2003

  • Emigrated to Italy for the second time and continued working on my online school start-up
  • Finished a formal relationship with Truro College

2002

  • Ported the City & Guilds Sound Engineering courses for on-line delivery (first in the World)

2001

2000

Completed a Post Graduate Diploma in Open and Distance Education with the Institute of Educational Technology.

1999

1998

  • Whilst living and researching in Italy I developed CDROMs for a range of Business Italian courses for UK Clients, supported and funded by EU money.
  • Taught English as a Foreign Language for The English School

1995

  • Began teaching A Level Music Technology
  • Designed and wrote curriculum for City & Guilds Sound Engineering Level 3
  • Created and delivered various continuous professional development courses for college staff

1994

  • Became an FE Lecturer for Truro College
  • Designed and wrote curriculum for Sound Engineering City & Guilds Level 1 and 2

1990-93

  • Conducted technical studio installations and guitar teaching work

1989

1988

  • Turned down a record contract for a band called The Liberty, we were arrogant and thought we were better than the offer.

1986

1985

  • Got a job in a guitar shop as a guitar technician and shop assistant. Enjoyed getting to know all the local musicians and hearing the local gossip, and jammin away.
  • Decided to go into the 6th Form of school to study A Levels, (post 16 wasn’t compulsory in UK), lasted 2.5 days and decided that I’d rather get a job and make some money, so I did.

1983

  • A piano arrived in the house and I started some piano lessons with smiling Eunice, she was very well endowed which kept my young teenage interest levels in the piano and theory of music high!
  • Uncle Tony (Jumbo pilot and Founder of DX Owners club) dropped off a Yamaha CX5 which opened a whole new World of composition

1970s

  • I picked up Dad’s guitar (he was in a skiffle group) and learnt “House of The Rising Sun”. Following this the flood gates opened to learning more chords, listening to his large record collection

1969

  • I was Born