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Mark Esposito

A socio-economic futurist who consults in corporate sustainability and competitiveness worldwide

Mark Esposito Biography

Mark has been challenging his audiences with thought-provoking lectures across the world. He has taught students, executives and working professionals at top business schools among them Harvard University, Cambridge Judge Business School, IMD, INSEAD, IE Business School, Babson College, Aalto University, ICLIF.

Mark consults in the area of Corporate Sustainability and Competitiveness worldwide, including Board of Directors, Communities and National Governments. He brings futurized uncertainty into the life of his audiences and he helps them navigate through complexity with foresight. He has advised the President of the European Parliament, Martin Schulz, and contributed to the World Economic Forum’s reports on Innovation Driven Entrepreneurship as well as Collaborative Innovation. He obtained his PhD from the International School of Management in Paris/New York and he is expected to complete his second doctoral degree at Ecole de Ponts Paris Tech, by the end of 2016 in France. He is a prolific author, with 9 books, hundreds of articles and blogs.

Awards, Accolades, Achievements, Honours

In 2015, Mark was inducted into the Tomorrow’s Thought Leaders category and in the category of Thinkers who are reinventing Capitalism, by Thinkers50.

Career

He has worked with participants from companies such as Barilla, Altavista, Marriott, Advisory Board of Sentosa Island, Enel Energy, Oracle, Konecranes, YIT, NATO, National Bank of Malaysia and the UN. His work brought him to teach in the US, Canada, UK, Brazil, Russia, EU, China, Singapore, UAE, Taiwan, Malaysia and Australia. Mark has co-founded the concepts of “Fast Expanding Markets”, “Business 360” and “DRIVE” that he brings live in his speeches.

Current/Past Roles and Positions

Mark is a socio-economic futurist, teaching Systems Dynamics, Business, Government & Society & Economic Strategy for Harvard University and serves as Institutes Council Co-Leader, at the Microeconomics of Competitiveness program (MOC) at Michael Porter’s Institute of Strategy and Competitiveness, at Harvard Business School. He is a tenured Senior Professor of Business & Economics at Grenoble School of Management in France, an Associate Professor at IE Business School in Madrid and a Senior Associate at the University of Cambridge Institute in Sustainability Leadership. He also teaches programs for the Judge Business School in the UK.

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Managing complexity

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Global economy and global risks

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Strategic foresight and scenarios

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Circular economy and fast expanding markets

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Winning through sustainability

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