TheModern.Press challenges the way institutions’ and individuals’ access to knowledge with its groundbreaking platform that increases the efficiency of that process by at least 30 (thirty) fold.
Building up on its model based groundwork, the platform provides collaboration tools and solutions between its stakeholders such as users, editors and business development parties; presents content providers that cater to the specialist needs of its clients; and allows customers to detect, value and rate news-trends that reflect critical material value in terms of markets, business and economy related developments.
TheModern.Press Limited is founded in February 2021 in London, United Kingdom.
There is an international team behind the company’s value proposition:
O. Emre EKSI - Knowledge, Modeling and Management
Created a proprietary analytical model to e/valuate the interconnectivity and outcomes of international affairs. Processed more than 140,000 topics through this framework and presented output that has been followed by international stateswomen, statesmen, politicians, and business leaders (Burton Taylor International Consulting - report 2011). Provided on-the-record fore-view on financial market moves coupled with macro trends, developments and news-events in politics and economy that generated extraordinary volatility in world affairs sphere. Launched TheModern.Press podcast at Podbean in 2017 and later followed up the initiative with a unique value-added knowledge Platform that feeds world’s sources of quality content for global financial markets stakeholders to provide and receive feedback. In 1999, founded London/New York-based financial-content-unbundling Platform Investhink - cited by RBA Information Services as one of seven premier Platforms worldwide alongside recognized names such as the Financial Times (June 2000). At the end of executive term as president, the company - funded by international institutional investors led by Sigma Technology Group of London - reached its highest market valuation (2001). In 2003, jointly launched the venture Condu-it with managing partner of Expand Consulting LLP of U.K., Mark Worrall. Added process-auditing and project-finance pillars to international entity's already existing market-intelligence product line. Later in the same year, as the acting executive chairman of Expand LLP, introduced the new business model to Boston Consulting Group who later acquired the company. Developed YTM3P, a proprietary process management model aimed at yielding creative, competitive and progressive results for profit or non-profit oriented ventures; on managerial sustainability side, holds a European Foundation for Quality Management license.
Michael A. Cusumano – Software and Business Strategy
The Deputy Dean and a Distinguished Professor of Management at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology's Sloan School of Management: specializes in strategy, innovation, product development, and entrepreneurship in the software industry. During 2016-17, has been on leave and serving as vice president and dean at the Tokyo University of Science. Served as editor-in-chief and chairman of the MIT Sloan Management Review and named one of the most influential people in technology and IT by Silicon.com in 2009. The author of international bestseller books: Five Timeless Lessons from Bill Gates, Andy Grove, and Steve Jobs (2015, Harper Business) translated in 17 foreign languages. Microsoft Secrets - with David Yoffie - a landmark study of Microsoft’s strategy, organization, and approach to product development translated into 14 languages. The Staying Power: Six Enduring Principles for Managing Strategy & Innovation in an Uncertain World (2010) - based on the 2009 Oxford Clarendon Lectures - named one of the top business books of 2011 by Strategy plus Business magazine. The Business of Software (2004) cited as one of the best business books of the year by The New York Times. Competing on Internet Time: Lessons from Netscape and its Battle with Microsoft (1998) - also with Mr. Yoffie – referred to as one of the top 10 business books of 1998 by the Business Week. The book played a central role in the Microsoft anti-trust trial in terms of awarding academicians with the journalists’ judicial immunity respective to keeping their information sources private. A company or advisory board member for organizations around the world, including Business Objects, Fixstars Corp. and Patni Computer Systems - sold to iGate-Apax in 2011 for $1.2 billion. Consulted for some 90 international companies and organizations including Alcatel, AT&T, BMC Software, Business Objects, Cisco, Ericsson, Fidelity, i2 Technologies, IBM, Intel, Schlumberger, Siemens, Texas Instruments, Toshiba and Orix.
Jeffrey Collins – Risk, Regulations and Law
U.S. President Barack Obama administration's White House National Security Council Director for Eurasian Energy. Previously Senior Counsel for Global Policy at Chevron, where he led company efforts to develop and implement socially responsible business policies and practices. Spent a decade as a diplomat at the U.S. Department of State, serving in Cuba, Iraq, Turkey, Bolivia, and Venezuela. Co-founded and leads the San Francisco civic-tech organization Forum280, which brings together the innovative spirit and intellectual strength of Silicon Valley to help overcome world-scale problems. Currently Senior Director of Global Trust and Safety at TikTok and previously the Vice President of One, Inc., which operates After School – America’s largest social network for teenagers. Recognized speaker on corporate social responsibility, foreign policy, and public policy; named an Aspen Institute visiting scholar; Washington Post Federal Player; and U.S. State Department’s Colin L. Powell Fellow. Recipient of the American Foreign Service Association’s Rivkin Award for Intellectual Courage and Constructive Dissent, and numerous State Department Superior Honor Awards. A successful litigator for law firms O’Melveny and Myers in New York and for Pillsbury, Madison and Sutro in San Francisco. Honors graduate of Northwestern University School of Law in 1997 and Stanford University in 1993.
Andrew P. Delaney – Financial Markets Content and Technology
Leading executive in relation to industry related editorials, market research and events with an emphasis over reference data and risk technology segments. Sourced financial information content and for leading market data consolidation and distribution Platforms as well as raising funds from institutional investors for start-ups. Served as chief executive of Investhink during company’s rise. Worked as editor-in-chief and senior-vice-president of New York based Waters-Risk Group, an industry leader. Currently, co-founder and president of A-Team Group, industry leader in market intelligence and publishing.
Mehmet Aygar – User Design and Experience
Founder of Aygar.com, a UX/UI and digital strategy firm that serves Fortune 500 companies such as WalMart, Cisco, AllState, P&G, Walgreens and CVS.
Deniz Kayahan – Venture and Enterprise Trends
Regionally managed technology digital transformation and consulting programs for companies such as Wipro, OC&C Strategy Consultants and Peppers and Rogers Group. Currently runs StartUp Intellect, an innovation focused management consultancy. Publishes articles on corporate acceleration, entrepreneurship and venture capital. Received an MBA degree from Booth School of Business at the University of Chicago.
Fatih Akbulut – Product Support
Monitors and assists the development of the TMP Platform. He has held project management roles at German corporations, including BMW, Underbody, CO2 and Tenstec GmbH.
Mustafa Başer – Software Development
Professor of technology at the 19 Mayıs University, Mustafa supervises and provides guidance in the development process.