Zain Ali, CEO of Centuro Global is both calm and methodical in his approach as a leader which has been tested particularly in 2020. With the onset of the coronavirus the company has remained on target to launch their new technology at the end of the year
Wallace Davis, CEO of TravelWifi and military veteran, has been around the military for the last 33 years and has seen a lot of different wars. During that time, he noticed that when communicating back to family and loved ones, forms of communication were always lagging. He got the initial idea to use satellite when the fiber would go down for communication.
Paul Gill, CEO, Gillgraphics, is ambitious and not afraid of a challenge and has succeeded in building up his own company up from scratch. Early on, Paul realized that to shy away from a potential opportunity is to fail before one has even begun. With that said, how one responds to failure also makes a huge difference.
Jim Fairbairn arrived at Megger as CEO in late 2017, joining an eponymous market leader that needed a refreshed and more compelling longer-term vision. Although the company was number one in many of its products and applications and had a dedicated and passionate workforce, a new strategic direction would allow the business to further its leading position and stay relevant in the medium and long term.
Ian Shapiro joined Reall as CEO in early 2018 and found an organisation ‘head down’ building homes for people on low incomes in Africa and Asia. He is driven by a passion that where you are born should not dictate your life chances and the recognition that poor people were being bypassed by the rapid urbanisation in emerging economies.
Franck Vialaron, CEO and founder of Accelex, has a wealth of qualities that have transformed and aided the company’s growth since its inception in 2018. His extensive experience spans 20+ years in the FinTech space; notably, Franck previously founded Expand Research, with a successful exit to BCG in 2011.