Paul Markillie, a global expert on the disruptive impact of new technologies and Innovation Editor for The Economist Magazine, joins us for three quick questions on the future of innovation as a part of the Chartwell Podcast series.
Paul is particularly excited about the potential of nano-satellite technology (pictured above), which can do much of the same jobs that a big satellite can do but for a fraction of the cost. Listen in to find out more!
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For more information on how to book Paul for an event, please e-mail our Managing Partner, Leo von Bülow-Quirk at or call +44 (0) 20 7792 8000.
We’re big fans of Paul Markillie, the Economist’s Innovation Editor who now also edits the magazine’s Technology Quarterly.
Paul has vast knowledge of emerging technologies, tech trends and their impact on business. You can view the latest edition of Technology Quarterly here.
Here is a video in which Paul discusses three of the stories in the latest issue:
(i) the use of 3D printers to produce human tissues, a development which will eventually lead to organs for transplantation being printed on demand.
(ii) the future of chip-making as it becomes increasing difficult to make powerful semiconductors that rely on silicon.
(iii) ghostly drone ships, which are autonomous cargo vessels that could set sail without a crew.
For further information on Paul Markillie, or to book him as a speaker, please contact Huw Diprose at firstname.lastname@example.org, or on 0044 (0) 20 7792 3002.
Innovation Editor at The Economist, Paul Markillie received great feedback from a client last week. His “presentation on the future of innovation was first-rate” as well as his participation in a group panel discussion. Paul has fascinating insights into the changing landscape of manufacturing, in particular the affects of disruptive new technologies on businesses.
Definitely worth following the Economist’s Innovation Editor, Paul Markillie’s blog. Click here to see what Paul has been up to, find out about the latest products and technologies, get his expert opinions and read recommended articles. Great to hear about Paul’s recent travels through China!
Paul Markillie is Innovation Editor at The Economist. In his latest piece, Paul discusses the likelihood of a third industrial revolution – one which would return manufacturing power to the West. Paul believes that current economic trends indicate a shift away from mass manufacturing towards more individualised methods of production. The piece makes for fascinating reading, and can be read in full by clicking here.
If you’d like to book Paul for a speaking opportunity, please email Alex Hickman.
When Paul Markillie , Innovation Editor of the Economist, dropped by the Chartwell offices last month to show us his latest slides on 3D printing and the future of manufacturing, we were blown away. We were therefore not at all surprised to hear he got brilliant feedback for his latest presentation in Brazil. Great stuff Paul!
Paul’s special report on future trends in global manufacturing – The Third Industrial Revolution – has been making waves since it’s publication earlier in 2012.