Digi.me sprung out of Julian's innovation hub iBundle, which he started after setting up his consultancy and investment vehicle J Ranger Limited in 2007. An aeronautical engineer by training, he founded STASYS in 1987, growing it to a business with 230 staff and subsidiaries in USA, Germany, Malaysia and Australia as well as a worldwide reputation in Defence and Air Traffic markets, before selling the business to Lockheed Martin in 2005. He is the creator of STASYS’ iSMART process, which became the de facto standard for military communications interoperability worldwide.
Following a Masters in Marketing, he began a decade with video games publisher Konami in Japan managing exports sales of PC games, before moving to Germany as European Export Sales and Marketing Manager and then starting a Paris office from scratch at 28 after being promoted to Managing Director for France. Moving to US video games company THQ, he again started a new business in France and Benelux from scratch and tripled revenue within a year of opening a new Netherlands office. He won the prestigious Chairman’s Award and was promoted to VP of Southern Europe and then again to SVP European Publishing.
Used to working in a start-up environment and creating the infrastructure and business systems required to support a fast-growing and dynamic organisation, Roger previously worked at STASYS Limited and then at Lockheed Martin UK IS&S Limited where he was Business Operations Manager with responsibility for finance, security and all infrastructure including IT, Business Systems, Facilities and Administration. He has a successful track record in consultancy and employment within the defence, cellular, cable TV, retail and building supply sectors, both in the UK, Central Europe and the Baltics.
Shane was co-founder and CEO of Personal, which merged with digi.me in August 2017. Personal was a pioneer in user-centric data solutions, and was recognized as the first consumer company built on privacy-by-design principles. He also serves as chair of TeamData, an enterprise information security business spun out from Personal and which is built on digi.me’s platform. Previously, he was co-founder & CEO of The Map Network, which became the world’s largest location data platform after being acquired by Nokia/NAVTEQ. He served as Vice President at Nokia/NAVTEQ, where he had global responsibility for all location data, mapping and content.
Gavin’s background spans software engineering as well as large scale systems integration in both the telecoms and enterprise markets. Responsible for digi.me’s core technologies, product infrastructure development and integration across all technical partnerships, he started out in AT&T designing international networks before moving to Cisco Systems. Since then he has been a partner in a US VC company as well as advising start-ups on technology and product strategy. His background includes software development in large multi-platform environments, product design, building technology partnerships and creation of solution portfolios for technologies in telecoms, network management, financial trading platforms, data analytics and systems integration.
Tarik was co-founder and CTO of Personal, which merged with digi.me in August 2017. As a serial entrepreneur he has extensive experience in platform architecture, mobile, web and API development, security, product management, design and growth hacking. He has designed and built data-oriented platforms and consumer apps for the last 20 years and been invited to share his knowledge at events like SXSW Interactive, Mashery Business of APIs, DC Tech Startup Week and others. He is currently focused on building innovative technologies and partnerships to help consumers and businesses exchange information in a privacy-enhancing way while enabling high degrees of sharing, personalization and analytics.
Andrew leads digi.me's overall corporate strategy and investor activities.
Highly innovative and creative, with a keen interest in high technology, web applications and communication, Pascal is responsible for all of digi.me's application and user interface design, as well as the design of supporting websites and marketing material. Passionate about design, usability and the user journey and experience, Pascal has an eye for application design and has been responsible for a number of innovative user interface concepts across several businesses. Prior to digi.me, Pascal founded and established Raffle.it, moving the business through extended testing to a focused charity launch.
Tony is a long time expert in financial services and technology, with a focus on empowering people with their data. He is author of My Digital Footprint.
Josie joins digi.me after seven and half years at the Ampito Group, marketing solutions across security, telco, cloud and digital media. Josie holds over 17 years of industry experience across all areas of marketing from branding to demand generation, within both channel and end user environments. Before joining the technology sector nearly 10 years ago, Josie worked in marketing roles in the creative industries including global advertising giant Grey Global Group and smaller niche agencies such as Echo Brand design. Originally studying graphic design and specialising in branding and packaging design. She started her professional career as a designer at various London agencies, where her passion for effective design and communications expanded to marketing.
Throughout his career, Jim Pasquale has been a technology innovator persistently challenging companies to change their business models to help improve engagement, conversion and customer experience. With a passion for disruptive technologies, he has deployed large and complex software systems with the world’s largest telcos and communications companies as well as startups. Jim is a member of the IAPP (International Association Privacy Professionals) and is also responsible for organising and managing the North American presence and engagements for digi.me.
Fab leads digi.me's product development efforts.
Dan joined Digi.me in July 2016 as a Senior Project Manager with a specific interest in health and wellbeing. Having studied Video and Audio Engineering at the University of Salford Dan started his career in IT almost by accident, supporting SME’s with their I.T. He went on to spend a few years working in Education managing Information Systems, before finally moving in to healthcare.
Dan has spent over 10 years in and around the NHS supporting the delivery of national research, innovation and transformation programmes, notably as the IT Lead for the implementation and delivery of a number of national Newborn Screening Programmes.