Public Speaking

Mark is available for speaking events in private company events and public conferences.  Mark will speak on disruptive innovation, using principles developed in Formula One and now Formula E to provide real world examples and concepts developed over 25 years working the motorsports industry. Mark often gives bespoke presentation to universities looking to learn more about motorsports, especially focussed in Formula Student and Formula SAE.

Mark can also be booked through Champions public speaking.

https://champions-speakers.co.uk/speaker-agent/mark-preston
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Past Events and Podcasts

Post race interview with Mark Preston at the Berlin ePrix 2020

Ep. 26 | Microchip's Steve Sanghi on How to Bring a Company from Debt to Billions Moore's Lobby: Where engineers talk all about circuits

Microchip Technology is so recognizable in the semiconductor industry that it's hard to contemplate that it struggled rather a lot in its early years. From its split from General Instrument to its rocky beginnings as a company teetering on the edge of bankruptcy and on through its remarkable 121 consecutive profitable quarters, Microchip has fought for every inch of success it's achieved. In the middle of it all has been Steve Sanghi, CEO from 1990 until 2021, when he took on the role of Executive Chair. Steve has been an active driver in the industry, taking a "different-by-design"—or even straight-up risky—perspective in his approach to technology and leadership. In this episode of Moore's Lobby, Dave guides us through highlights of Steve's storied history of guiding Microchip into the modern era. Hear stories that paint a clear, oftentimes surprising portrait of the industry.
  1. Ep. 26 | Microchip's Steve Sanghi on How to Bring a Company from Debt to Billions
  2. Ep. 25 | Microsoft US's CTO Gina Loften on Identifying the Next Big Tech
  3. Ep. 24 | GE Renewables' VP & CTO Danielle Merfeld on Engineers in Power
  4. Ep. 23 | Arduino Co-founder Massimo Banzi on How Arduino Took the World by Storm
  5. Ep. 22 | Cruise’s Sr. VP of Engineering, Mo ElShenawy, on Developing Autonomous Vehicles

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