Richard Co-founded Commsworld in 1994 following several years in telecom sales and engineering. Since then he has grown Commsworld, organically and via acquisition, into one of the UK’s most successful and profitable ICT Services organisations. Richard is responsible for the strategic direction of the business and key client relationships along with ensuring Commsworld meet their financial and growth targets.
Graeme qualified as a CA with Ernst & Young and joined Commsworld in 2000 from the Clydesdale Bank and has been a key figure in the development and growth of the company. Graeme has been instrumental in developing Commsworld from a telephone system supplier in 2000 into an ICT Services organisation with strong contractual recurring revenues.
Mark joined Commsworld in 1999 following a successful career in corporate telecom sales with Lucent Technologies (now Avaya) and Cable & Wireless. Mark leads a team of tech savvy sales professionals to take Commsworld’s message out into the market and grow our market share. Mark also heads up Commsworld’s Partner Channel which is driving growth of Commsworld’s Fluency network; Scotlands fastest growing next generation business network, through a channel of the best IT and network driven companies in Scotland.
Martin was Technical Director of Scotia Telecom and took on the same position with Commsworld in 2000 following the merger of the two organisations. Martin is responsible for all of the services and projects delivered by the company and heads up a dedicated team of ICT Engineers and Service Personnel.
Andy joined Commsworld in 1998 from Xerox where he spent 15 years working in several senior positions within the organisation throughout the UK. Andy is responsible for the Commercial Strategy and Development of the company. This covers PreSales, Marketing, Product Development, Pricing and Quality to ensure that the company objectives and deliverables are aligned to our client requirements. This cross functional role requires a combination of Technical, Marketing and Business skills and experience to support the business achieve its long term goals.
After retiring from investment banking in 2002, Ian has subsequently worked as an independent consultant under the company name First Seer, he engages in strategic and financial consultancy both in Scotland and The Netherlands and is a Trustee and Director of Golden Charter Trust. Ian was elected as MP for Ross, Skye & Lochaber in May 2015
Steve joined Commsworld in November 2014 as Non Executive Board Director after a long career in marketing and investment banking in Europe, Asia, North America and Russia, working for Burson Marsteller, Wickes, USB Philips & Drew and was latterly a Managing Director of Credit Suisse First Boston and Moscow based United Financial Group. In 2000 Steve acquired a UK based market intelligence service providing Corporate clients worldwide with analysis of developments in the aviation industry in Russia, Ukraine, the Baltics and central Asia and sold the business in 2013. He is a currently a Board Member of Highlands & Islands Enterprise and a Director of Hebridean Sea Salt, as well as having been involved in a number of community ventures including Tiree Community Broadband and Tiree Renewable Energy Limited and Our Power based in Cairndow run by local charity 'Here We Are'.
Charlie founded Fluency Communications, a start-up network operator in 2010 which was acquired by Commsworld in 2012. Since acquisition Charlie has developed the Fluency network making Commsworld Scotland’s biggest indigenous network operator. Responsibilities include the day-to-day operation and strategic expansion of the network as well as developing future Commsworld products and services. Charlie is active in the UK Network community, acting as Chair of the IXScotland Steering Committee and sits on the UKNOF Programme Committee.
John cut his teeth in the IT support industry with Scottish Power, Computacenter and the $4 billion Technology and Engineering US business - SAIC (and its initial foray into the UK with Scottish Power in their Joint Venture business Calanais). Building his IT support and Service Delivery experience over a period of Twelve years within that Scottish Power / SAIC environment, John gained a reputation for focussed customer service excellence and subsequently took that experience into the Telecommunications industry in 2008 when he joined THUS. From THUS John joined Commsworld in 2011 and via various roles within the business since then, John is now responsible for all Operational aspects of the Commsworld business.