Chris Styles has a M.Sc. cum laude in Zoology specialising in Applied Ecology.
After completing his post graduate degree, he conducted further scientific research into edible African caterpillars. Back in 1996 the informal market which existed around this important source of natural protein, was estimated at around R35million South African Rand (about a £5million in-country market) and 40 million Botswana Pula (about an £8million in-country market) annually. His research focussed on developing mathematical models to better understand this important insect’s population dynamics and what activities constituted sustainable harvesting and what activities, did not.
From 1997 through to 1999 he worked with both IFAW and The Rhino and Elephant Foundation on conservation issues related to elephant and rhino. Because he always longed to understand so much more about the world of business and finance, in 2000 he departed from conservation and joined an elite leadership development programme linked to retail banking. Five years later he held an executive level position focusing on new business and acquisitions.
At the end of 2010 Chris exited banking to go on his own. Since then he has qualified as an ICF accredited master coach and loves to work with inspired people and driven companies who are looking to gain practical strategic advantages. Given his love for numbers (his father is a mathematician) and applied research, he has thrown himself headlong into numerology research and development. Over the past few years Chris has singlehandedly been responsible for providing fabulous intellectual advancements in this field. The predictive numerology model which he has developed after many years of testing, leaves clients astonished, as before them, in numerical coding, lies their entire lifepath, event after event, experience after experience.
One of Chris’ goals is to consolidate and write up all his research and case study modelling results for a Ph.D.