Stephen Rosenthal

Stephen leads MBS’s Technology and Digital practice, with a broad range of consumer clients including start ups, scale ups, digital-age businesses and companies looking to implement digital transformation.

He joined MBS after a decade working in governmental and technology communications. Over the course of six years with Google, Stephen led the UK Public Relations team, working across Google’s consumer and corporate priorities, crisis management and global campaigns. He was later promoted to create and lead the EMEA Social Media team, working directly with business and engineering leads, journalists and a broad range of industry contacts.

Stephen also established the Campus London project, the UK’s largest early-stage incubator hub, developing a deep knowledge of the global technology start-up community. He still mentors and advises technology entrepreneurs and sits on several advisory boards.

Stephen read English and French at The University of Leeds. He speaks French, Spanish and Hebrew.

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Stephen's Expertise

Intelligence & Thought Leadership

  • I want it my way: The rise of customisation and what it means for the future of retail

    With online retail now representing 18% of all sales, we are entering a new world of shopping; one that will again change the way we purchase goods, stock and build retail businesses – that of mass customisation.


  • Tech Q&A: Channel 4 Chief Human Resources Officer Caroline Ross on driving culture, diversity and “Born Risky” through technology and innovation

    In the latest in his Tech Q&A series, MBS’s Stephen Rosenthal sat down with Caroline Ross, chief human resources officer at Channel 4 to discuss how technology is changing the way human resource directors can work, protect and enhance the employee experience. Human resources directors are arguably the least well understood executives on the c-suite. Whilst the … Continue reading Tech Q&A: Channel 4 Chief Human Resources Officer Caroline Ross on driving culture, diversity and “Born Risky” through technology and innovation