Terence Tse

Executive Director, Nexus FrontierTech

Terence is a co-founder and Executive Director of Nexus FrontierTech. He is also a Professor of Entrepreneurship at ESCP Business School. Terence is a co-author of The AI Republic: Building the Nexus Between Humans and Intelligent Automation, an international best seller on Amazon. He also co-wrote the best seller Understanding How the Future Unfolds: Using DRIVE to Harness the Power of Today's Megatrends. The framework contained therein was nominated for the CK Prahalad Breakthrough Idea Award by Thinkers50, the most prestigious award in business thought leadership. The DRIVE framework has also led Chartered Management Institute’s own magazine Professional Manager in the UK to name Terence as one of the 18 new voices in 2018 that reshape management and leadership. Talent Quarterly in the US called the DRIVE framework one of the 24 trends transforming talent management in the years to come.
He is also the author of Corporate Finance: The Basics, which many students have regarded as one of the best books to access such a technical subject.
Terence has provided commentaries on the latest current affairs and appeared in many outlets including the Financial Times, Forbes, The Guardian, The Sunday Times, The Economist, CNBC, Les Echos, the World Economic Forum blog, Harvard Business Review (Arabic, Chinese, English, French, Italian and German), MIT Technology Review, Project Syndicate and WIRED. He has also appeared on China’s CCTV, Channel 2 of Greece, France 24, Japan’s NHK, France’s Xerfi and Radio România Cultural.
He has previously delivered speeches at the United Nations, International Monetary Funds and International Trade Center. Invited by the Government of Latvia, he was a keynote speaker at a Heads of Government Meeting alongside the Premier of China and Prime Minister of Latvia. Terence has also been invited to speak at organisations including British American Tobacco, Johnson & Johnson, Lloyds Bank, Salesforce and the Banking Association of Ecuador, American Chamber of Commerce in Russia as well as various summits and forums in Croatia, Indonesia, India, Italy, Monaco, Norway, Russia, Switzerland, Thailand, UK and UAE.
He obtained his doctoral degree from the Cambridge Judge Business School, University of Cambridge, UK.

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