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Tim Wright is Director and co-founder of twintangibles, a management consultancy that helps organisations create value and solve issues through the use of the crowd economy.
With more than 25 years' business experience with organisations like McKinsey & Company and a leading thinker and practitioner on crowdfunding, Tim was commissioned to write Scotland’s first and most comprehensive review of Scottish crowdfunding. He has worked with many organisations, advising and helping them to find solutions to their challenges, including the OECD, European Commission, the Scottish Government, Scottish Enterprise, NHS Scotland, Forestry Commission, Locus+, A&DS and many others.
Tim is a graduate of both Durham University and Robert Gordon University. He has an MBA from ULSM and is now Chair of the External Advisory Board of ULSM. He is also a member of the Internet Domain Policy Advisory Board for the Scottish Government.
A visiting lecturer at a number of universities, including the Glasgow School of Art, Tim is a widely acknowledged commentator on the impact and opportunities emerging from crowd empowerment in business and social innovation, and has keynoted major conferences across Europe, India, New Zealand and the USA.
Widely published in journals and periodicals, he is co-author with Daniela Castrataro of Crowdfunding – Come finanziarsi online: Introduzione al finanziamento collaborativo sul web and Ideas to Reality, co-authored with John Reid.
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