Olinga Taeed

Olinga Taeed


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Olinga Taeed is Council Member (of just 7) and Expert Advisor to the ‘China E-Commerce Blockchain Committee’ (CECBC) responsible for targeting growth to US$ 100 trillion, maintaining current China 70% global market share, and government compliance’ for the national Ministry of Commerce. He is Chief Editor of international peer reviewed Swiss journal Frontiers in Blockchain with 367 editors, Social Value and Intangibles Review with 125 editors, and UK government sponsored Efficiency Exchange. He is founder and director of the not-for-profit Centre for Citizenship, Enterprise and Governance which is the world’s leading think tank on the movement of value (measurement, transaction and delivery) with 125,000 members. He is Visiting Professor in Blockchain at Birmingham City University, and previously Professor in Social Enterprise and Northampton University. He conducted the UK’s first (and only) ICO in 2017 with FCA guidance, the Seratio Token focusing on Non-Financial Assets; he is currently setting up the Seratio Bank, a blockchain bank with UK£ 210 million initial capital. He retired at the age of 48 in 2008 from a successful private sector career with 9000 staff across 12 companies.

COMPANY NAME: Centre for Citizenship, Enterprise and Governance

JOB TITLE: Director

FUNCTION: Procurement

INDUSTRY: Business Services & Consulting

CATEGORY: HR - Generalist


Work experience


Centre for Citizenship, Enterprise and Governance

October 2011 - Present | Northampton, UK

1. Accredited with the developer of "the most rapidly adopted social impact metric in the world" (Vatican Press, January 2015) - http://ow.ly/GPnAi

2. Released the go-to metric behind the Social Value Act 2012 and the Modern Slavery Act 2015 (Transparency in Supply Chains Resilience) SaaS platform - www.seratio.com

3. Author of the 250 page bible of "Social Value in Public Sector Procurement" - http://ow.ly/CbFUa

4. International consultant to nations using procurement and legislation to drive change - http://ow.ly/JNxqv

5. Regular commentator on procurement legislation - eg http://ow.ly/BALSM  
and http://ow.ly/BqrbK


University of Leeds

PhD of Systems Theory