Alex Finnemore

Head of Revenue

The next generation of innovation will come from the enterprise

The Global 2000 has everything needed to drive change; embracing this will be the mark of those who thrive

The posterchildren of innovation are growing up: Google is 21 years old, Netflix is 22, even Uber is 10 years old. Companies that were built on disruption and embracing change will keep innovating to stay ahead.

The lifespan of companies is shortening: 50% of the S&P 500 will be replaced over the next 10 years.

True innovation is hard: 84% of executives say that innovation is key to their strategies, but only 6% of them are satisfied with their innovation performance.

What got you here won't get you there. Choosing the right innovation strategy for your company will be critical to future success.

Alex Finnemore

Head of Revenue

After receiving his doctorate in physics from Cambridge focused on pattern formation in polymers, Alex made the jump to software, initially working on a mobile payments system for South Africa. Alex honed his product management skills while starting a store selling designer clothing in the UK, working at moo.com, and running the product team for Boxbee, a logistics startup.

Initially joining Theorem as a product manager, Alex now oversees our revenue team, sales strategy, and project onboarding. Alex enjoys helping companies grow using technology and by improving processes and culture.