Chief Executive Officer
Chief Growth Officer
Chief Strategy Officer
Alun is a seasoned and entrepreneurial executive based in the UK with blue chip consulting and “C” level experience. Alun is especially interested in helping innovative companies in the B2B space develop and execute partnering and “go to” market strategies.
Alun has been an entrepreneur (not always successfully) as well as a senior manager in large businesses and a consultant. So, he has walked the talk. And he has done that in a range of different cultures, from PhD’s to the illiterate. His approach to problem solving incorporates fact-based rigour, personal experience and deeply felt empathy. Alun especially appreciates opportunities to deliver results as well as reports.
Over Alun’s career, he has held several significant roles, including:
- VP Europe and Corporate Strategy, Board Director and major shareholder at TraceX (patented wearables for healthcare and criminal justice)
- Director for Kalypton Limited (FinTech won award from US Faster Payments Task Force)
- Director Singlepoint Holdings (Services to UK national security interests and developer of blockchain precursor)
- Commercial Director at Hagemeyer NV (Distributor to construction sector developing new service model
- Chairman Heathrow Express at BAA (multi award winning rail service for demanding, time critical surface travel)
- Managing Director, Minerals at Cookson Matthey Ceramics (Complex business with subsidiaries on 5 continents)
- Engagement Manager at McKinsey & Co Inc in London
- Chloride PLC in the UK and Egypt (Expatriate managing team of local staff to grow production levels significantly)
- Rolls Royce Ltd (Computational fluid dynamics for turbomachinery).
Alun holds a MIMechE and a BSc in Mechanical Engineering from Imperial College, and an MBA from Loughborough University.
- Charted Engineer, MBA
Alun and I have successfully partnered together for years. His forward thinking and understanding of the bigger picture provide innovative, balanced, dynamic strategies for business decisions