Entrepreneur, Producer & Product Growth Executive.
Previous Sponsored Athlete.
Young Australian of the Year finalist.
CEO & Founder CrowdClip®️.
Naomi used to run for Western Australia & Australia, now she runs a tech company, CrowdClip.
-Young Australian of the Year Finalist (WA)
-Australian Honour Roll
-25 under 25 Business Icon
-Previous Australian Champion & Sponsored Athlete
-Youngest Delegate for the World Economic Forum
-Talk Show Host
-She was the co-manager for a dining and entertainment company
-Growing it to the 2nd biggest booking engine in the country.
-Drove the App to the top 5 on the App Store.
-She worked on the marketing strategy that struck the first Uber deal in Australia.
Naomi is a TECHNOLOGY Entrepreneur & Producer specialising in PRODUCT Marketing. SHE is interested in behavioural and psychologically driven CONTENT & PRODUCT GROWTH STRATEGIES.
As an avid content creator and entrepreneur, with past roles as a marketing manager, co-manager, and investor, Naomi has had the unique opportunity to work on several types of high-level marketing campaigns and growth projects. Naomi has been in marketing, sports and media for 10 years and in a management capacity for different tech and entertainment companies for over 5 years. She has recruited and directly managed technology teams of over 35 people and distributed customer service in Australia and internationally. She has worked with startups and corporates, forming strategy across departments with up to 600 staff. In these roles, she has utilised high-end technology to enhance the customer experience, significantly reduced cost per acquisition and deployed different growth strategies; including sending EDMs to over 4 million people.
Naomi started making tech for sports stadiums backed by a renowned investor after leaving PwC between 2012 - 2013. From there she left for San Francisco to gain more industry insight and attended Scholarship short courses at both UCLA and Stanford in 2013. At UCLA she attended a leadership and business course and at Stanford, she attended the Entrepreneurship, Leadership and International Business course at the postgraduate school.
She moved from catering tech in sports stadiums into an interest in restaurants infrastructure booking tech: Yumtable. It became the 2nd biggest booking engine in Australia and was 5th on the App Store due to different product and growth strategies she helped lead between 2014 – 2015, including the first Uber partnership in Australia. She was a Young Australian of the Year finalist (WA), delegate for the World Economic Forum and a Young Innovator of the Year finalist.
More recently, Naomi divested herself of her active investments and retained some passive ones, but even during this time, she couldn't help but see solutions to problems. She drew on experiences of engaging fans at venues, established and commercialised an engagement program for Curtin University and across Perth. This led her to establish her own media content creation business, CrowdClip.
Naomi has had a broad career – from co-running a sports, media and gambling tech consultancy focusing on M&A/investments to being a presenter for Telstra and a whole lot in between.
SOME HIGHLIGHTS FROM
MY LIFE SO FAR
YOUNG AUSTRALIAN OF THE YEAR FINALIST (WA)
“Naomi’s success is credited to her drive, persistence and hard work. Naomi not only embraces the challenges that come her way, but she isn’t afraid to fail in order to learn the hard lessons of life.”
Australian Honour Roll, 2014
"In her early years, Naomi Henn was known for her exceptional sporting achievements in hurdles – both on a national and international stage. Today, Naomi’s entrepreneurial endeavours are getting all the attention. Naomi was nominated as the youngest Delegate for the World Economic Forum. Currently she manages a start-up company, from her business and sporting achievements she was asked to mentor young people across Western Australian schools. Remarkably, Naomi has achieved all this while working at PricewaterhouseCoopers, doing part time jobs to pay her software developers, studying as a scholarship University student and maintaining a grueling fitness regime. Naomi credits her success to her drive, persistence and hard work. Naomi not only embraces the challenges that come her way, but she isn’t afraid to fail in order to learn the hard lessons of life. “If you want to do something, if you want to make a difference in the world, why should you wait until you are 21 or 30?” Naomi asks.
ABC TV, TELSTRA, YITCON, ACS
MEDIA APPEARANCES & PRODUCTION
Broadcasting, TV and radio interviews. Wrote and assisted in broadcasting and content.
Telstra guest spokesperson and panelist & Disruptors Business Award Presenter and Keynote.
WORLD ECONOMIC FORUM DELEGATE
2014 - 2015
"Committed to improving the state of the world"
Naomi was nominated in late 2013 from a pool of applicants and elected in 2014. She was lucky enough to meet Klaus Schwab and his wife, Hilde, in Manila. Klaus founded the World Economic Forum in 1971.
The World Economic Forum (WEF) is a Swiss non-profit foundation, based in Cologny, Geneva. Recognised by the Swiss authorities as an international body.The meeting brings together top business leaders, international political leaders, economists, and journalists for up to four days to discuss the most pressing issues facing the world.
Naomi attended the South East Asia summit in Manila and went to the school of social economic development and entrepreneurship, discussing and learning about their business models. She then returned to the main summit held at the Shangri-La. Naomi was a part of the board and numerous initiatives for a couple of years, based in Perth.
UNDER 25S BUSINESS ICON RISING STAR AWARD
Naomi with Peter Alexander, where Naomi Henn won Australia’s Most Potential, Future Leaders Rising Star Award at the Business Icon under 25s Award in 2012.
Peter Alexander is Australia's leading sleepwear designer brand, best known for his signature label of nightwear and underwear. Peter was a judge and a very entertaining guest keynote speaker.
FEATURED IN THE WESTERN AUSTRALIAN, WEST BUSINESS "BIG DEAL"
She soon learned that it was possible to push to the front, if you have the drive to succeed. It is a motto she has lived by her entire young life. “If you want to do something, if you want to make a difference in the world, why should you wait until you are 21 or 30?” she said. “You will make mistakes, but you will learn from them."
Source: The West Australian "Big Deal" Business feature 2012
RICHARD BRANSON'S ISLAND ENTREPRENEUR'S AND ATHLETE'S SUMMIT
The small gathering of fascinating individuals was held at Richard Branson's private Island, Necker. Naomi and the other guests were lucky to also be invited to his second island, Mosquito, normally reserved for his family.
Some highlights included; Nick Jacobsen's Kite Surf Jump off Richard Branson’s roof, the Blockchain summit, and when Naomi was lucky enough to be offered a job by Richard. Her highlight by far was watching Richard's routine throughout the week or so, and was pleasantly surprised when Richard thought she was a decade older than she was. She also learnt she was no good at chess (especially at Richard’s giant chess). Naomi was 20 at the time.
Naomi was thoroughly impressed with the caliber of people, the staff, the warmth of the locals and was very grateful to be invited.
STANFORD UNIVERSITY, POSTGRADUATE SCHOOL
Entrepreneurship, Leadership and International Business course. Stanford University, Postgraduate School, California. Naomi was lucky enough to be asked to attend this short course back in 2013.
YOUTUBE & SAN FRANCISCO COMEDY COLLEGE
2013 - 2016
More recently, Naomi divested herself of her active investments and retained some passive ones, but even during this time, she couldn't help but see solutions to problems. She drew on experiences of engaging fans at venues, established and commercialised an engagement program for Curtin University and across Perth. This led her to establish her own media content creation business, MediaHeard.
Creating short, fast-paced serious and humorous interview style video content, for social media and websites. Psychology and Sexology-driven educational comedy content.
At Stanford, surprisingly, Naomi fell in love with stand-up comedy.
Naomi would catch the Caltrain into San Francisco, to attend the renowned San Francisco Comedy College (2013) in the evenings after class, attended by greats like Alicia Wong Comedian. In 2016 she returned to the advanced class at San Francisco Comedy College. This background helped her evolve her hosting style.
TOP 5 ON THE APP STORE
2014 - 2015
At Yumtable, the booking engine customer facing app, fluctuating between top 5 to top 10 on the App store.
SPONSORED AND SUPPORTED ATHLETE BY ADIDAS AND SKINS
NATIONAL AND INTERNATIONAL JUNIOR TRACK CHAMPION
2007 - 2011
Sponsored by Adidas and Skins 2007-2011
5 x State Champion 2007-2011
Australian National Junior Champion 2007-2011
International Junior Champion and State Record Holder
BRAND AMBASSADOR & MEDIA APPEARANCES
Adidas, Skins, 31 TV & 96fm Radio |
Western Australian spokeswoman live TV appearances 2007.
Professional racing $1600 a race, at Pro-Running gift meets.
Awards & Press
Young Australian of the Year finalist 2014
World Economic Forum delegate 2014
Nominated for NAB's Young Emerging Female Entrepreneur 2014
Youngest winner of the Entrepreneurs Startup Competition 2013
Australia’s Most Potential, Future Leaders Rising Star Award in 2012
Business Icon under 25s Award 2012 Sponsored by Adidas and Skins 2007-2011
5 x State Champion 2007-2011
Australian National Junior Champion 2007-2011
-The Western Australian
-Sydney Morning Herald
-Access 31 TV
A 20-YEAR-OLD'S LIFE AS A HIGH-ACHIEVING STUDENT, INNOVATOR, ENTREPRENEUR, ATHLETE
A day in the life of Young Australian of the Year Finalist (WA), delegate in the World Economic Forum 2013, tech entrepreneur, and Curtin athletics captain, are just some of Naomi's achievements. Need some inspiration...? What this video!
TOP TALENT AWARD
ONLY THE BEST
Summary highlights from Naomi's "Free Chats" talk show campaign.
“As a Partner for PwC, I have been immensely impressed by this young woman's drive and commitment to innovation, creativity and change."
ROSS THORPE | PWC HEAD PARTNER
“She is one of the most driven students I have ever encountered.
She is an outstanding student who I believe will go very far.”
GLEN HUTCHINGS | CURTIN UNIVERSITY HEAD OF BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT
“Naomi has certainly impressed me with her dedication to innovation and business management.”