Jeremy N White  MBA. MA. IMC


Jeremy White brings over 30 years of extensive experience in technology, general management, and venture capital across Europe and the USA. His involvement in more than 50 acquisitions and his success in raising over £100 million in development capital for various companies underscores his expertise in business growth and financial strategy.


In the early 1990s, while based in California, Jeremy was an early adopter of Internet technologies. This led to the founding of Nettec plc in 1995, one of the UK's first eCommerce companies. He successfully took Nettec public on the London Stock Exchange, achieving a market capitalization of £250 million.


A long-standing advocate for education, Jeremy has demonstrated his commitment through various roles. He has served as a member of the Court of Governors at Westminster University and as Deputy Chairman of The Prince's Business Trust. Additionally, he authored 'Schools for the 21st Century', a work that outlines his visionary approach to education. Currently, he contributes his expertise as a board member at Pepperdine University in California and the Bayes Business School Global Advisory Board in London, where he also holds the position of an Honorary Professor.


Jeremy's academic credentials include an MBA in International Finance from Cass Business School London, an MA from Pepperdine University, and a UK Investment Management Certificate. As an author, Professor White has also made significant contributions to the field of business strategy with his book, 'Make Better Strategic Decisions', published by Routledge.


In addition to his academic and professional pursuits, Jeremy serves as the chairman of Integrity Capital, a peer-to-peer investment fund. He is also a trustee of the Jeremy & Kim White Foundation, which supports the performing arts and has served as a trustee of The Prince of Wales Innovation Award for thirty years.


On a personal note, Jeremy is married with four children and enjoys a life divided between Europe and America. He holds four flying world records, reflecting his interests beyond the business world.