Jennifer Schenker

Jennifer Schenker has been a journalist for 30 years, working for daily newspapers in the U.S. including the Fort Lauderdale News and the Miami Herald. She has been covering the technology sector in Europe since 1985. At The Wall Street Journal Europe, she covered breaking technology news and worked as the assistant managing editor of Convergence, the journal’s quarterly technology magazine.

In 1999, she took on the job of senior writer/technology for Time magazine in Europe and was editor of Time Digital Europe, a quarterly technology report. She is also a former technology writer for the International Herald Tribune, and from October 2004 to April 2007, was the international editor of Red Herring magazine, managing a team of journalists in Europe, Israel, China and India.

She left her most recent job as European technology correspondent for BusinessWeek on Dec. 23 2008 to create Informilo and pioneer journalism 3.0.

Informilo is an independent media company that produces high-quality, independent journalism for the major technology conferences in Europe and further. Produced by two of the sector’s most respected journalists, Informilo’s stories look in depth at the key trends affecting the industry today, provide unparalleled insights and are a permanent resource of reference material.

Schenker is a regular media commentator and speaker on all things technology.

Jennifer was featured in Inspiring Fifty: Europe 2015.