Qnary is one of the 5000 fastest-growing enterprises according to Inc. magazine and one of the 360 best companies by Entrepreneur magazine in both 2018 and 2019.

Since we launched in 2012, we’ve used this mission to become a leading global player in reputation management and talent branding. We have an amazing team of developers, social media experts, and data analytics gurus who provide enterprise executives and employees with dynamic strategies to strengthen their online presence. We work with over two hundred of the largest companies in the world across a full range of business verticals (banking, CPGs, retail, energy, tech, media, real estate, insurance, education, healthcare, automotive, and food and beverage).

Our Qnary Nest (headquarters) is in New York City and we have regional offices in Barcelona and Sydney. We deliver our solutions to clients globally and in many languages such as English, Spanish, Japanese, Mandarin, French, Italian, and German.

Qnary was built by digital strategists and product specialists determined to optimize the executive digital footprint.

Andrew Davie

CEO of Qnary APAC

Andrew Davie is the Founder and CEO of Qnary APAC. Qnary’s Client base in APAC includes leading insurance companies, broadcast media, corporates, Media and Advertising Agencies, Global Systems and Software businesses, HR and more. Trust, transparency and advocacy are critical components of successful businesses. Andrew saw a great need for this in the APAC region and set about building the Qnary offering to make it easier for busy executives to build their reputations, and in doing so, the reputation of their business.

Prior to building Qnary in APAC, Andrew held leadership change management roles in Advertising and Digital Marketing for WPP Group companies across Australia, Asia and North America over a 10 year period. He is a member of the AICD, has judged for Creative Forums, has completed WPP’s rigorous Virtuoso and Maestro Global Leadership Programs and held Board Director roles in various capacities. Andrew holds an Economics and Econometrics Degree from the University of NSW.