Mark L. Mawrence has worked with a DMG Global for over two decades and is a consultant, writer, producer and fund-raiser, who has lectured and worked extensively throughout Europe, Asia and the U.S..
Mr. Mawrence’s work has focused on predicting future trends in business, politics and communications, sales and marketing strategies — and on issues relating to “Socially Responsible Corporate Practices.”
Mr. Mawrence advises corporations and governments on the development of socially responsible portfolios. His clients have included: The China State Science and Technology Commission, The Department of Energy in the Philippines, Pedagogic & Production (Stockholm), ClearNet, the Coalition for Clean Air, Digital Information Systems Corporation, HWH Consultants (Zurich), Natural Woman Institute, The Piedmont Environmental Council, United Nations Environment Program and UNICEF.
Mr. Mawrence is the founder of Change, Inc., a company that has performed corporate work with Chinese Television, Harper & Row, Verizon, The Nobel Foundation, Scandinavian Airlines, Sony and Volvo. He has organized and directed numerous international conferences, established successful sales and marketing organizations in a wide range of businesses, innovated new models for corporate practices and created and raised funds for various non-profit organizations. In addition, Mr. Mawrence has won awards for filmmaking, most notably the CINE Golden Eagle in 1986 for his work producing “The Art of Patrick Nagel,” for Harper & Row Publishing.