Daniel Mark Harrison’s Career Triumphs

Daniel Mark Harrison can be described as a media expert, block chain evangelist, author, and renowned entrepreneur. Currently, he is the chairman and CEO of Daniel Mark Harrison Company (DMH&CO.). It is a family office, which has conventional work stations as well as vibrant operations in Hong Kong, Bangkok and Singapore. Daniel is in charge of the family office, which is responsible for looking after and assisting the growth of family and personal assets. Daniel is involved with Fintech and Monkey Capital as a managing partner from March 2016.

Daniel Mark Harrison’s Education Background

Daniel Mark Harrison holds a BA, Theology from the University of Oxford where he attended from 1998-1999. From 2005 – 2006, Daniel earned his MBA at the BI Norwegian Business School and later a Masters in Journalism at the New York University (2007–2008). He used his outstanding education background in creating a successful empire. He assumed the position of CEO and chairman of DMH&CO from October 2015.

Work History

Daniel Mark Harrison has been a contributor to CoinSpeaker for a number of years and numerous successes have been recorded in his tenure. Mr. Harrison has managed to spur the growth in readership to over 450,000 every month. He has worked with the editorial team and was instrumental in optimizing the site in readiness for Google news syndication. From May 2015, Daniel has held the position of editor in chief and publisher of Marx Rand, a publication that deals with general interest matters. From 2009 – 2015, he worked for Motley fool as a columnist who was highly credited for making credible recommendations on the stock prices in the UK and US markets. His recommendations were entertaining, straight forward and detailed.

Other Career Engagements

Mr. Harrison worked at Minisuco Ltd, a finished furniture and leather manufacturer based in Shanghai city (February-June 2014). He worked for Stanley Court, as a co-creator (Jan 2010-Dec 2013). Daniel Mark Harrison has had a stint at Asia Markets (August 2006-September 2009). He used to write Asia daily and Asia week market commentary as well as China Watch. He headed Private Clients of St. Helen’s Capital Plc where his efforts were instrumental in generating income. He has published books and contributed a lot to reputable websites like the Forbes, The Wall Street Journal, BNET.com, TheStreet.com and many more.