• Daniel Knapper

Daniel Knapper Senior Business Development Manager

Daniel Knapper is the Senior Business Development Manager at AMBER. Prior to AMBER, Daniel was the Head of Business Development at The Royal Mint working in New Business Ventures. Prior to that he worked in the Oil & Gas, Marine & Power and Mining & Natural Resources Industries for 30 years with the companies including Alfa Laval, Schlumberger and SPM Oil & Gas. He Managed International Business Development teams across the globe whilst working as Head of Sales & Marketing, Director of Key Accounts and Business & Marketing Manager.

At AMBER he contributes to promoting the AMBER Research capabilities across Industry, whilst developing the New Industry opportunities in key sectors. He also Manages and supports the Business Development Team Strategy to deliver Collaborative Industry Research. He is also responsible for Academic and Industry Engagement, Account Management and Client Relationships.

If you are working in the Renewables, Energy & ICT Sectors and are looking to engage in areas for Collaborative engagement within Advanced Materials Research, Materials Science, Sustainability and the Circular Economy please reach out to arrange an introductory call.

He is Fellow of The Chartered Management Institute CMI and a Member of The Chartered Institute of Marketing CIM, he is also a member of the Society of Petroleum Engineers (SPE), International Association of Drilling Contractors (IADC) and is a Member of the European Drilling Engineering Association – DEA(e). He has also been named on a number of Patents whilst working for Schlumberger.

He studied Marine Engineering at the Marine Engineering Defence School (DSMarE) in the United Kingdom before specialising in Gas and Nuclear Power Generation .

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