Professor Colin Evans is widely considered to be the world's foremost Trade Diplomat. He is a former Commissioned Officer in The Royal Marines. He completed his military education at the Commando Training Centre at Royal Marines Officer Training Wing and Britannia Royal Naval College,where he graduated from the Professional Studies Course reading Strategic Studies, Military History, Military Science and International Studies. His military career included an exchange with the Portuguese Special Forces at the Special Operations Troops Centre at Lamego in Portugal, where he was schooled in Unconventional Warfare. He later qualified in Portuguese Language and Culture at Portugal's oldest university, University of Coimbra and he holds a Licentiateship (LCGI) and Graduateship (GCGI) in Leadership and Management from the City and Guilds of London Institute.

During his diplomatic career he has held multiple fully credentialed positions serving several countries and Inter-Governmental Organizations, such as UNESCO. His posts have included Trade Commissioner, Economic Adviser, Commissioner for Oaths, Senior Trade Delegate and Special Envoy. He has recently completed a one year Commission as an Accredited Observer at the United Nations Economic and Social Council in Vienna. Professor Colin Evans serves on the Faculty of EUCLID (Euclid University) as Adjunct Professor of Trade Diplomacy. His subject specializations are Trade Diplomacy, Leadership and Management and Global Affairs and Development. He holds a place on the Academic Assessment Committee of the Intergovernmental Organization EDU and is a tenured Professor of Diplomacy at the Diplomatic Corps Institute.