Mark Sutherland
Mark Sutherland
Mark I. Sutherland is an award-winning communicator and published author. Originally from the United Kingdom, he lives and works in the St. Louis area as the Chief Communications Officer of Elasticity and the President of Dunrobin Publishing. He has four published books and writes for the UK Weekly Telegraph and other publications. He also wears his kilt as often as possible and enjoys haggis and Scotch. He is married with four children.
 

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Why Your Company Should Be At The Spirit Of St. Louis Air Show And STEM Exp...

This May 3-4, the Spirit of St. Louis Air Show and STEM Expo takes place in Chesterfield. The Blue Angels will be in the air, and science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) will be on...  [Read More]

STEM Kicks The Tires And Lights The Fires In Chesterfield May 3-4

This May, Chesterfield and the surrounding areas will be able to look to the skies, and be inspired by the US Navy Blue Angels and other aviation acts performing acrobatic feats above their heads, as...  [Read More]

It’s Smashing When Your Adopted Hometown Mirrors Your Home Country

In my much younger, non-legal, and less wise years, I drank my first Budweiser, standing outside a corner shop in downtown Farnborough, England, just a few miles from London. The can I was drinking from...  [Read More]

US-Based SixThirty Drives Scottish Start-Up MiiCard

Back in August 2013, St. Louis’ Jim McKelvey flew from the heart of America, across the Pond, and took to the stage at the Edinburgh International Technology Festival to speak about his new financial technology...  [Read More]

St. Louis Is Heading To Regional GSEA Competition

St. Louis is a budding hub for entrepreneurs and their startups, and local university students are now taking advantage of the scene. The city will be well represented at this year’s regional Global Student Entrepreneur...  [Read More]

Stress-Free Travel And Your Travel Idea #ShouldBEaThing

The travel industry is kind of like a never-ending war. Mergers, customer tools, gimmicks, ad campaigns, extra legroom, last minute discounts, the reintroduction of peanuts – it’s all in the daily fight for the hearts...  [Read More]

CafePress – Designers And Consumers Of The World Unite

We’ve all been there. The moment it hits us that we must own a t-shirt with a mustache on it. Or a Sharknado item. Or something British for the closet anglophile in you. Or a...  [Read More]

Between a ROC And A Sunny Place: SunEdison’s Global Nerve Center For Sola...

While developing into one of the world’s leading solar companies, SunEdison has created a unique service offering to push them to the top. The global giant now has three Renewable Operations Centers (ROCs), located in...  [Read More]

A British Invasion – And A St. Louis Welcome

In the UK, when someone graduates from university, it is common for him or her to take a “gap year.” This year, for some, is a time for some to see the world, and embark...  [Read More]

Bruce Willis and Social Media Giving Day?

Today, July 15, is Social Media Giving Day in various cities and one entire state in the US. But what the heck does that mean, and why should you care? “This had better be important,”...  [Read More]