Global perspectives on innovation, entrepreneurship and capital sourcing – where the world is heading and what are the key business opportunities?
Oliver Rothschild, is a corporate strategist active in a variety of business arenas. He has held management level positions with Buchler Rothschild Investments and is currently Chairman of Oliver Rothschild Corporate Advisors. He is active within a range of industries and holds a diverse portfolio of business interests. Amongst a number of Chairmanships, Oliver Rothschild is also active in other, non-commercial spheres, having previously been elected Chairman of UNICEF (Appeals Committee). In the charitable Sector, Oliver Rothschild currently holds the post of President of the trading arm of ACEVO, the leading association of voluntary and charitable Chief Executive Officers, and in addition is Chairman of the Sustainable Business Forum. Oliver Rothschild also acts as Ambassador or Patron of a number of charitable organizations. Amongst a range of other Chairmanships that transcend a range of industries including sustainable energy, corporate strategy, cloud computing, media and the arts.
Oliver Rothschild is known for a variety of international speaking engagements covering both commercial and charitable spheres. On a commercial level, he spoke In Scotland at a Conference hosted by the Scottish Council for Development and Industry and NED Solutions on how the ever-evolving Scottish economy could benefit from a higher number of Non-Executive Directors. He also delivered a keynote speech in Bahrain at The 10th International Entrepreneurship Forum titled "Global Markets, National Policies and Competitive Advantage of Firms", detailing how companies have secured success by achieving competitive advantage over other their industry counterparts. Other speaking engagements include the EBAN Conference regarding how innovation and growth are the two vital components of any business startup and for ACEVO in September 2010, on how partnerships in the charitable sector with private companies can work for the benefit of nearly any philanthropic cause.