Ian Charles Stewart

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Ian Charles Stewart
Born 1958 (age 58–59)
Education MBA
Alma mater I.M.D.
Known for Wired, Artworld Salon
Website LinkedIn profile

Ian Charles Stewart is an entrepreneur, and the co-founder of Wired magazine[1][2] and Artworld Salon. Interested in the financial aspects of international art, he has an MBA from the International Institute for Management Development.[3] He has lived in Beijing, China since 2006 and is currently the Chairman of Khunu[citation needed] and the Chairman of Wheels Plus Wings,[4] a social venture focused on helping children with physical disabilities. He was previously the Executive Chairman of The PAE Group.[citation needed]

Athletic career[edit]

He was a member of the New Zealand Olympic volleyball team. From 2008 to 2011, he was Team Principal of China's America's Cup Sailing Team.


He is a published photographer, and the author of a book of photo essays about the islands of Indonesia, as well as a book about the architecture of Singapore.[5]


  1. ^ Sean O'Hagan (November 30, 2002). "Beijing or bust". The Observer column. The Guardian. Retrieved September 16, 2013. Ian Charles Stewart, chairman of Seven Peaks Capital Ltd and co-founder of Wired magazine 
  2. ^ "Seven West Media's The West Australian sweep PANPA ad awards". The Australian. May 14, 2012. Retrieved September 16, 2013. Wired magazine co-founder Ian Charles Stewart will head the speakers line-up... 
  3. ^ Greenhouse, Steven (29 May 1991). "In Europe, A Boom in M.B.A.'s". New York Times. Retrieved 29 August 2009. 
  4. ^ "Wheels Plus Wings - Team". www.wheelspluswings.com. Retrieved 2015-06-17. 
  5. ^ Stewart, Ian Charles; Shaw, Judith (1983). Indonesians, portraits from an archipelago (book). Singapore: Paramount Cipta. ISBN 9971-83-772-2. 

External links[edit]

  • Stewart's page at chinasailing.ning.com, China America’s Cup Team, Retrieved 17 June 2015