Nick Condon

About Nick Condon

Board Member

Nick is an experienced senior executive with almost 20 years’ in the media, communication and technology sectors managing and developing high profile digital assets.

Nick has worked with technology leaders like Apple Computer, Australian Radio Network & Microsoft launching innovative digital products to market, notably streaming music service iHeartRadio Australia and Australian Radio Networks AIMIA Award winning responsive digital publishing ecosystem.

As a multi-Australian Commercial Radio Award winner, Nick has been on air or programmed radio stations in every capital city of Australia across a range of formats along with hosting #1 radio shows in Sydney & Newcastle.

In 2008 Nick was appointed to ARN’s Network Programming Team and played a critical role in the transformation of ARN. He assisted in the negotiation of Kyle & Jackie O’s move from Southern Cross Austereo and the successful launch of the KIIS-FM radio brand.

In the digital space, Nick was head of ARN’s digital portfolio and transformed their online and social media assets, growing the monthly unique visitors to over 8 million.

After 7 years of national leadership, and with significant digital transformation experience, Nick made the decision to settle down in South Australia where he was appointed Executive Director; Brand & Innovation for Business SA. Nick uses his experience to assist South Australian organisations through their own digital transformations; along with taking on responsibility for the marketing, communication and technology functions for Business SA.

Nick is a passionate contributor, currently on the Board for Women in Innovation South Australia and has served as a board member for the Australian Baseball League’s Sydney Blue Socks Baseball Team and on the media advisory council for the Salvation Army SA. He has been a judge for the ARIA Awards, Australian Interactive Media & Internet Awards (AMYS) and this year has been appointed as a judge for the Australian Digital Disruptor Awards.