Founded in 2005 by Jack Miller to provide market
intelligence in paper, print, and packaging,
Market-Intell was re-branded as Biobased
Markets in 2018 and is now focused primarily on
biobased materials, especially nanocellulose.
Market-Intell and Biobased Markets have
collaborated with organizations such as
Fastmarkets RISI, Smithers Pira, and PRIMIR,
as well as a number of independent associate
Market-Intell and Biobased Markets have served
clients in North America. South America, Europe,
Jack Miller is Founder and Principal Consultant,
Market-Intell LLC, founded in 2005 and re-branded as
Biobased Markets in 2018.
Jack is also an Associate Consultant with Fastmarkets
RISI and a member of the Advisory Board of Sweetwater
Energy, a biorefinery company, and the Advisory Board
of Applied Bioplastics, a supplier of plant-based plastic
Jack served as Business Development Consultant with
CelluForce, Inc., from 2011 to 2013, and was Consulting
Manager, Global Nanocellulose Sales, American Process,
Inc., in 2014 and 2015.
Jack is the author of Nanocellulose: Technology,
Applications, and Markets, published by RISI in 2014,
and Lignin: Technology, Applications, and Markets
published by RISI in 2017. He is also the author of
Nanocellulose Producers, Products and Applications, A
Guide for End Users, published by TAPPI in 2017, and
Nanocellulose Challenges and Opportunities: End User
Perspectives, published by TAPPI in 2018.
From 2005 to 2009, Jack was Senior Consultant, North
America with Pira International (now Smithers). While
at Pira, he authored Functional and Barrier Coatings for
Paper and Board: North America, and led the Renewable
Packaging Materials Network with companies such as
Nature Works, P&G, Kraft, and DuPont. While with Pira
he also authored or co-authored several major market
studies for PRIMIR, including Sustainable Print in a
Dynamic Global Market: What Going Green Means;
Global Trends in Printing and Writing Papers; and
Evolution of General Commercial Print.
Previously, he held management positions in sales and
marketing with Domtar, Continental Forest Industries,
and Stone Container.
He holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Economics from
The College of the Holy Cross and has done graduate
studies in Statistics and Finance.
Biobased Markets has collaborated with organizations
such as Fastmarkets RISI and Smithers Pira, as well as a
number of independent associate consultants.