Daniel works as a Research Consultant for Metro Dynamics. His work focuses on three main aspects: creating economic and industrial strategies for places based on reviews of evidence, assisting local authorities in negotiating deals with central government for greater funding and powers, and enhancing the client base of the business. He has a particular interest in how cities in less prosperous areas of the United Kingdom can be catalysts for greater economic activity and development, leading to a more balanced national economy.
Daniel has a BA from the University of Oxford in Philosophy, Politics, and Economics (PPE). His specialism was Economics, where he took modules in Game Theory and Development. Prior to joining Metro Dynamics, Daniel worked for a large multinational firm, conducting Business Development and Mergers and Acquisition activities.