Chief operating officer, EACS
Which tech figurehead do you admire the most?
Martin Hellawell because he told me to! Seriously, he has built a great business, always with a smile on his face.
What's the biggest challenge facing the industry no-one is talking about yet?
Sssshh! It's a secret!
If you could invite three famous people to dinner, who would they be?
Bill Shankly because he is a legend; Sir Winston Churchill because he was super cool under immense pressure; and Nelson Mandela because of pure focus and determination.
How has 2017 been for you?
A team of us acquired EACS in June and it's going from strength to strength, so it's very busy and exciting.
What's the most extravagant business lunch you've ever had?
When we sold Servo to Phoenix IT Services we went to Claridges Private Dining to celebrate, and it was amazing.
Which global city best matches your personality?
London - 24/7, never switching off.
What would be your super-hero power?
The ability to turn into a fly, then I could be a fly on the wall!
Complete this sentence. The worst thing about our rivals is…some of them are very good.
What makes you nervous?
Watching Liverpool. From one game to the next it could be 5-0, 4-4, 0-5.
If you could eat one type of food for the rest of your life, what would it be?
My mum's cooking: roast dinners, steak and kidney pie, the list goes on.
Sum up the channel in three words
Vibrant, competitive, crazy.
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