Marcus Shingles

marcus shingles

Marcus Shingles

Partner, Deloitte Consulting Innovation

Marcus Shingles is a Partner at Deloitte Consulting LLP and is a leader in Deloitte Consulting’s Innovation Group (DC Innovation). Marcus works with corporate executive teams to better understand and plan for the opportunities and threats associated with disruptive innovation driven by “exponentials” - the exponential pace of discovery, invention, and technology. Marcus is responsible for Deloitte’s disruptive innovation and ecosystem strategies, which includes partnerships with the X-Prize Foundation, Singularity University, and 3D Systems. For Deloitte, Marcus helped design and leads the Innovation Partnership Program (

Marcus has over 20 years of experience working in industry, as an entrepreneur starting and running a successful business, and as a professional management and technology consultant.

At Deloitte, Marcus currently leads projects with large Fortune 500 organizations spanning multiple industries looking to gain disruptive advantage leveraging exponentials (e.g., 3d printing, block-chain, crowd-sourcing) and participating in new ecosystems (e.g., startups, venture capitalists, scientists).

Prior to joining Deloitte, Marcus ran his own management consulting business working with Fortune 500 leadership teams on innovation, technology, and analytics initiatives. Marcus started his career in industry, where he worked at the Kellogg Company in Sales & Marketing, Global IT, and the Customer Strategy department. He is a recognized thought leader and is published and presents regularly on technology trends, innovation, and related topics relevant to corporate management teams.

In his spare time, Marcus works with the public school system in Los Angeles to bring “exponential entrepreneurial” training and contemporary thinking as to the opportunities that new technologies potentially bring to currently underserved communities.

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