Louis D. Lo Praeste is a published author, former global marketing strategist, management consultant and senior advisor to CEOs, Founders, policy-makers, and investment professionals.
For the last decade, Louis served as a senior global marketing strategist at Omnicom, Dentsu-Aegis, and the Interpublic Group of Companies and is credited with developing some of the earliest agency forays into digital and social marketing. He founded Quodfatum in 2011, and after two years of theoretical research in predictive analytics for the analyzing global macro stability, Louis transitioned to consulting full-time where he advises entrepreneurs and executives on structural and developmental issues. He is capable at the organizational level, at building strategic partnerships, managing sophisticated communications and public relations. His clients include investment funds, private equity and family offices, entrepreneurs and government agencies.
Dubbed the “Jackson Pollock of contemporary contextual intelligence” for his critical analysis of politics, economics, and culture, he is considered a prolific thought leader and engaging speaker. Louis was named a LinkedIn “Top Voice” for Management and Culture in 2015 and is a contributor to the New York Institute for Finance, Huffington Post, Elephant Journal, and various other publications and venues. His first novel “Capernaum” was released in July 2016, and a new collection of essays entitled “Vague Apocalyptica” in April 2017.