Entrepreneur | Author | Brand Consultant | Psychologist | Digital Marketing Specialist | Thought Leader 

Charles Adetola is the Author of Digital Brand Marketing, a book on How to use technology to articulate and exceed customer expectations, and increase sales. He is a Digital Marketing Specialist with more than 7 years of practical experience in developing and implementing digital marketing strategies for corporate and personal brands.

He is a Cerebral Speaker, and an expert in Design Thinking, Sustainable Business Thinking, content creation and marketing, Digital Nervous System, strategy auditing, and Analytics. His passion for Digital Brand Marketing was ignited by his interest in analysis and cognitive programming, and the psychological factors that influence buying decisions and make customers attached to brands. His attention to detail, thirst for knowledge, ability to learn fast and his unconventional approach to problem-solving are notable keys to his success.

Charles Adetola is a renowned tech enthusiast and an Instructor at Udemy, where he teaches over 3,956 Students across 142 countries. He is an Ambassador at Global Startup Ecosystem where he organizes monthly #Meetups to prepare startup communities for the digital age.

He bagged a Digital Communication Certificate in Building a Strong Digital Brand from the career center, University of Berlin. He attended the University of Abuja (Studied Physics) and then proceeded to study Psychology at the University of Ibadan. He is an Alumnus of the Knowles Education and Charitable Trust for International Leadership (KECTIL) and the Young African Leaders Initiative (YALI). He is a member of the Association of Digital Marketing Professionals (ADMARP) and an associate member of the African Youth Entrepreneurs (AYE).

With a special interest in Artificial intelligence, Blockchain Technology, and Cloud Computing, Charles Adetola aspires to lead the innovation of new technologies to check the contemporary challenges in Africa and the world at large.

He is a multipotentialite, an African, and a Yoruba.