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Managing Partner, Clareo

Peter Bryant

Peter Bryant is an executive business strategist with more than 30 years of experience developing and driving high-growth strategies for companies in the US, Asia Pacific and Europe. He has advised executive teams at a range of enterprises, from emerging businesses to Global Fortune 500 companies and held senior leadership roles at global companies, including General Electric and Computer Associates. 

Peter is a serial entrepreneur, having been CEO/President for two emerging technology companies and Co-Founder of an enterprise software services company. He actively advises startups and mentors with accelerators such as Clean Launch, Founders and Innovation Pavilions. He co-authored The Growth Champions –The Battle for Sustained Innovation Leadership published in 2012 and is often quoted in publications including the WSJ and Forbes.

Peter is a leading authority on innovation and sustainability for multiple sectors including mining, oil and gas and power. He is an active speaker around the world, writer and has advised many leading companies including JCI, BP, GE, Giant Eagle, BP, Castrol, Rio Tinto, BHP, Baker Hughes, Goldcorp, Hatch, and Anglo American. Peter is Co-Founder and Board Chair of the Development Partner Institute, a not for profit that will continue the transformational multi stakeholder work, in the areas of social and environmental impact, for the resources industry, that was catalyzed and incubated by the Kellogg Innovation Network. 

Mr. Bryant holds a Bachelor of Commerce and Administration from Victoria University in Wellington, New Zealand. He holds a CA from the NZ Institute of Chartered Accountants and is a Fellow of the Australian Institute of Company Directors. He has sat on multiple boards for public and private tech companies. He was a founding board member of the Colorado Innovation Network (COIN) and sits on the Board of Advisors for Chrysalix, a leading cleantech and IoT venture capitalist, various emerging tech companies and the World Economic Forum’s Mining 2050 program.