About KimmiC… it’s no gimmick!

KimmiC is a company committed to innovation and redefining the technological landscape.

Co-Founded by the husband and wife team of Michael McDonald and Kim Chandler McDonald,  KimmiC works in the ‘flat world’, as a leader of innovation, concentrating on transformational technologies, processes and approaches.

Michael is President and CTO of KimmiC and creator of FlatWorld™, a vendor neutral Collaboration Centre implemented as a vendor neutral, transformational technology stack, which enables seamless, simple and secure dynamic collaboration between people, processes, applications and data.

Michael McDonald, President and CTO

Kim is Co Founder and Executive Vice President of KimmiC, a ‘Capital I’ Innovation Specialist and advocate for disruptive approaches and transformational trends such as such as Flat World Navigation, meHealth and Enduser Empowerment. She is a member of the Griffith Enterprise Advisory Board for Griffith University as well as a member of the Frost & Sullivan Global Board of Advisors for GIL Global, the Global Community of Growth, Innovation and Leadership.

The world’s first, branded, Flat World Navigator, Kim is included in the inaugural ‘LinkedIn Power Profiles – Australia’ list of 2012. She has a far-reaching network of international influencers, many of whom were the inspiration for the ‘Capital I Innovation Interview Series’, which celebrates Innovations, Innovators and thought leaders in their chosen field.

The success of the interview series has led to her upcoming book, !nnovation: How World-Class Innovators Rock Their Roles, scheduled for international publication by Kogan Page (in print/eBook format) and as an enhanced eBook/online ecosystem – the latter incorporating the latest, cutting edge technology, including FlatWorld, Web 3.0, Semantic and html5) in the autumn of 2013.

!nnovation: How World-Class Innovators Rock Their Roles showcases interviews with more than 100 international innovators and thought leaders who have pushed aside the boundaries in their field, rocking the world for the rest of us. It presents the inside track on who’s done what, how they did it, what drives them on and why innovation is so critical to individuals, economies and to our society as a whole.

Formerly, Kim was immersed in media as a writer and editor for various national and international newspapers and magazines as well as being the host/producer of an award winning radio/TV program.

Kim Chandler McDonald, Exec. V.P., Director of Communications and Flat World Navigator

“We invite you to visit our blog regularly as we write about our passions – which include, but aren’t limited to technology, the Digital Economy, the flat world, entrepreneurship, eHealth, eBusiness, Cloud Tech, global business, Web 3.0 and Semantic technology.

We are proud to have initiated the ‘Capital I’ Interview series, which looks to celebrate Innovators and Innovations, and  we look forward to sharing them with you!”

Interviews with Kim and Michael:

“A Marriage Made for the Global, Digital Economy’

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  34. Hi Kim

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