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Colin Morrison is an Australian publishing executive, who is the chairman, non-executive director and consultant to several media and digital companies in Europe and Asia. He is a senior advisor to the New York investment bank DeSilva+Phillips. Morrison said he hoped the scheme would help many more vulnerable young people to attend boarding schools - like he had decades before.

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  • Colin Morrison is an Australian publishing executive, who is the chairman, non-executive director and consultant to several media and digital companies in Europe and Asia. He is a senior advisor to the New York investment bank DeSilva+Phillips. Morrison said he hoped the scheme would help many more vulnerable young people to attend boarding schools - like he had decades before.
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  • Colin Morrison is an Australian publishing executive, who is the chairman, non-executive director and consultant to several media and digital companies in Europe and Asia. He is a senior advisor to the New York investment bank DeSilva+Phillips. Morrison has managed media businesses (magazines, newspapers, online, TV production, international licensing, B2B information and exhibitions) in the UK, across Europe, the US, and Asia–Pacific. He has been involved in media partnerships and joint ventures with Sony, Microsoft, the BBC, Hearst, Axel Springer, Dennis, The Washington Post, Press Association, and Hachette. He is currently chairman of SBTV News, a partnership between online platform SBTV and the Press Association. and also of Great Golf Media, a UK-based magazine and digital service. He has been appointed Chair of Boarding School Partnerships, a new information service being launched by the UK Department for Education under Lord Nash, the Under Secretary of State for Schools. In July 2018, he announced a Partnership Bursaries scheme under which 38 independent boarding schools would offer 40% bursaries to boarders in and on the edge of local authority care. Morrison said he hoped the scheme would help many more vulnerable young people to attend boarding schools - like he had decades before.
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