Colin Bennett

Colin Bennett-updated (400 x 400 px)
Based in United Kingdom

Colin Bennett manages the International Copper Association’s (ICA) public market intelligence output, focusing on future material demand and material sustainability. In his role, he brings newsworthy intelligence to the industry and enjoys identifying material trends and opportunities across the global demand market.  

The market intelligence portfolio is based on market insights, and Colin works with ICA’s senior management to include the latest market intelligence in ongoing projects. One of his favorite achievements was origination of the first copper end use data set, which enabled development of the global copper flow model. Looking at environmental issues, Colin is interested in tracking the market development of copper’s role in the circular economy and in mitigating greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions. Through outreach activities to the media and copper commentator community, he has been pivotal in strengthening ICA’s relationships with leading financial institutions and the press, building trust in ICA’s original research and data.  

When not in the office, Colin’s favorite hobby is currently playing badminton with friends, a change from his longstanding passion for fencing. 

“Our efforts in market research have helped to increase trust in ICA’s brand in the fields of copper research and data.”

Latest Resources from Colin Bennett

Exploring Substitution and Miniaturization Trends in Copper Demand: Reflections from ICA’s “Focus on Substitution” Panel at the World Copper Conference

Colin Bennett

Copper is a driver of the green transition, and copper demand from green applications is expected to grow. Due to the expected increase in copper demand for copper from civil…

Eduardo Covarrubias On The Growth of Los Andes Copper

Enfoque de mercado
Colin Bennett

Graphene still revealing its mysteries

Colin Bennett

La ICA cuenta con un equipo comprometido de defensores globales, científicos y expertos en el mercado que asesoran a los responsables políticos y a la cadena de valor sobre cuestiones clave para la industria del cobre.