His superpower: Solving tough challenges by questioning assumptions to uncover new information and develop deep insights.
Seigo has worked as a strategy consultant in London, New York and the Middle East across various sectors including energy, industrials and healthcare. His work has ranged from performing a feasibility study of a sovereign wealth fund for a sub-Saharan nation through to scaling a UK charity aiming to leave no older person alone on Christmas day. More recently, he headed up the Circular Economy division of a sustainability research and consulting firm helping clients to mainstream circular economy principles. Seigo is particularly fascinated by combining these principles with social enterprise and has been awarded a Churchill Fellowship to pursue research in this area. More widely, he is chair of Freightliners Farm, a school governor and has been runner-up in a UK entrepreneurship competition.
Seigo has a MEng in Chemical Engineering from the Cambridge University.