Patrick Dixon

Patrick Dixon

Chairman of Global Change Ltd., Founder and Chairman of ACET

Forward-thinking ideologies and corporate strategy have been two of the main points presented during Patrick Dixon's keynote career.

Ranked as one of Thinkers 50's '20 Most Influential Business Thinkers Alive,' the futurist, author, consultant and entrepreneur has influenced the policies of many multinational companies by providing valuable insight into sparking innovation, forecasting trends and managing risk factors through his Global Change Ltd. organization.

He studied Medical Sciences and Medicine at both the University of Cambridge and the University of London from 1978-1982, with a one year sabbatical taken during 1979 to run the startup company Medicom IT where he sold computer parts to healthcare services in the UK and Middle East. After completing medical school, he published his first book, 'The Truth about AIDS,' and founded the charity ACET to bring understanding to the spread of the fatal disease.

Patrick Dixon's keynote career revolves around communicating ways to run a more successful business and he uses material from his 15 published books, including 'How to Build a Better Business,' and 'Sustainagility,' to explore methods that will both improve business capital and change the world.

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