Vice President | Steve Entwistle
Strategic Technologies Practice / Defense Technology Markets / GaAs & Compound Semiconductor Technologies / Handset Component Technologies / RF & Wireless Components
VP of Strategic Technologies Global Practice
Stephen is the head of the Strategic Technologies Practice where he is responsible for managing all of the research coverage of technology markets. This encompasses a number of services including; SpecTRAX, Advanced Defense Systems (ADS), RF Component Strategies (RFCS), GaAs & Compound Semiconductor Technologies (GaAs) and Handset Component Technologies (HCT).
Stephen Entwistle has enjoyed a career spanning both engineering and marketing roles with a deep understanding of the inter-relationships between the technology, product development and marketing issues in the electronics industry.
He has been with BIS Strategic Decisions and then Strategy Analytics since 1983. During this time he has carried out numerous large-scale projects focused on advanced components for clients such as Microsoft, Sun, Nokia, ARM, Bose, Vodafone, Infineon and Freescale, amongst many others. He is often invited to speak at major conferences and to author feature articles in industry journals.
Stephen graduated from Bradford and Bath Universities in 1989 and 1991 with a B.Eng Honours degree and a Master of Engineering Management (M.Eng) degree. He has subsequently completed a Diploma in Marketing at Luton University to gain membership of both the IEE (Institute of Electrical Engineers) and CIM (Chartered Institute of Marketing).
Stephen Entwistle’s experience prior to joining Strategy Analytics includes:
- sponsorship through university by GEC-Marconi Avionics with broad industrial training across the functions of a world class military systems supplier.
- development of RF ATE and microprocessor systems.
- analysing the capabilities of military companies and seeking out opportunities and business partners in commercial markets to supplement the industry wide fall-off in defence spending.
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