Career so far I have spent 25 years in the corporate recovery and insolvency business with a niche for the channel. I was a partner in a large accounting firms previously. I'm now at ChannelMoney but also a partner at a large insolvency specialist practice in Mill Hill.
Do you care about green IT? Very much. We have a green policy and are very conscious about recycling. We like to make a contribution to that.
If you could be in a rock/pop band, which one would it be and who would you be? T-Bone Burnett playing the guitar in Rolling Thunder Revue in the mid-1970s.
What is the best corporate jolly you have ever been on/taken partners on? Clay pigeon shooting with clients.
Has 2009 been as bad as everyone said it would be? No - it's been better than anticipated. It's the calm before the storm.
Have any of your predictions come true this year? Quite a few of them have - but most of them haven't.
What do you see as the channel's biggest challenge in 2010? Biggest channel issue is to get rid of the deadwood and consolidate and exploit the opportunities that are out there.
What is the best part of your day? Morning.
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