About Ben Caudron
Latest News: ‘Niet Leuk?’, the lastest book, now available
‘Niet Leuk? Mijmeringen over nieuwe media, mensen en macht’ is now available in most (online) bookshops. An overview of the musing can be found at the book’s webpage: nietleuk.be. Please visit the book’s Facebook page for upcoming events and debate.
A sociologist passionated by people and technology
Ben Caudron (1965) is sociologist, digital strategist, business advisor and writer. Ever since 1993, when he co-founded the first belgian web agency, he is passionated by the intimate dance people and technology dance. This passion drives all activities, that are deployed in partnerships.
A digital strategist for social business
Ben is a digital strategist with an all embracing mission: to deliver the best possible strategies for your digital activities.
An evangelist for Fluidism
Ben advises organisations on how to manage change and innovation in a way that turns the organisation fluid again, setting actors and their activities free from inert processes and structures.
Ben is member of several steering committees, think tanks and working committees for both social profit and governmental organizations. It’s one way of giving back to the society that allows him to be.
Opinion maker & Writer
Ben regularly publishes opinions, columns and articles on all things digital in newspapers and magazines. In interviews he adds a broader sociological perspective on the way people engage with technology and its societal impact.
On September 19th, his latest book, “Niet Leuk? Mijmeringen over nieuwe media, mensen en macht” was published by Pelckmans.
Finally, on this website Ben shares his views in blogposts on the themes that are part of his professional activities so you can get inspiration to start applying his approach yourself.
Ben Caudron is also keynote speaker for both public and in-house events and seminars. He talks about social media, social business and the societal implications, from his mixed perspective as sociologist and business advisor. Currently his lectures deal with the sociological relevance of social media, privacy and organisational change.
So, if you’re looking for a public speaker who tells stories that stick, get in touch!