Colin Blackman

Colin Blackman is Director of Camford Associates, Director of the CEPS Digital Forum, Visiting Senior Fellow at The London School of Economics and Political Science, Department of Media and Communications, and Editor of info.

Colin is a consultant, editor and writer specializing in foresight and information age issues. He has more than 20 years’ experience as a consultant and project manager specializing in foresight and policy impacts of new technologies. He is the founding editor of info (the journal of policy, regulation and strategy for telecommunications, information and media), and co-editor of the Telecommunications Regulation Handbook.

He has worked with a wide variety of clients both in the UK, Europe and internationally. In recent years he has worked with, public sector clients including The World bank, Sweden’s Ministry of Enterprise, Energy and Communications, The European Commission (DG Connect, DG Enterprise, Institute for Prospective and Technological Studies), the European Parliament, Ofcom, Thailand’s National Telecommunications Commission, the OECD, the European Foundation for the Improvement of Living and Working Conditions and the International Telecommunication Union. His recent private sector clients include European and global players in the telecommunications, IT and energy sectors. Colin works both as an independent consultant and collaboratively with organisations such as SCF Associates Ltd, the Oxford Internet Institute, RAND Europe and the Danish Technological Institute.

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Colin Blackman’s publications

Camford Associates collaborates with a network of organizations and experts including:

SCF Associates Ltd

Rand Europe

Danish Technological Institute

Manchester Institute of Innovation

Chalmers University of Technology

Oxford Internet Institute

Martin Cave, Deputy Chair of the Competition Commission, and Visiting Professor at Imperial College Business School.

Lara Srivastava, ITU

Karmen Guevara, human scientist

Professor Christopher Marsden, Professor of Law, University of Sussex