Tim Greatrex was a non-executive director at TV channel Film 24.
He was previously a consultant for technology company Intrasonics and worked with digital and e-commerce agency Razorfish.In 2001 Greatrex was appointed managing director of Zenith Media UK and oversaw that company's merger with Optimedia to create ZenithOptimedia. He then moved on to become Chairman of Screen Network, taking that business through to its sale to Avanti Screen Media. Greatrex then became chief executive officer of a2a Group Limited, refocusing its interests into broadband television and taking the company through to flotation.
Zygmunt Edward "Ziggy" Switkowski,, is a Polish Australian business executive and nuclear physicist. His most public role was as the chief executive officer of Australia's largest telecommunications company Telstra from 1999 to 2004. During his tenure, he oversaw the privatisation of the then government-owned corporation through a series of public tranche sales. Currently, he is the chairman of both NBN Co and Suncorp, a director of Healthscope, Oil Search and Tabcorp and the Chancellor of the Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology.
Sir Rodney Malcolm Aldridge is the founder and former executive chairman of Capita, a British company specialising in business process outsourcing.
Roberto Quarta is an Italian-born American businessman. He is the chairman of Smith & Nephew, and the chairman of WPP plc since June 2015.
Andrew Harrison is a British businessman and former management consultant, currently the chairman of Dunelm Group. He previously served as the CEO of The RAC, easyJet and Whitbread.
Confused.com is a UK based financial services comparison platform specialising in comparison of insurance and financial services, including car insurance, home insurance, energy, van insurance and life insurance. Confused.com's platform includes a website and app.
LBi International N.V. was a global marketing and technology agency, now merged with Digitas to form DigitasLBi.
The Professional Publishers Association (PPA), formerly known as the Periodical Publishers Association until 2011, is the main publishing industry body which promotes companies involved in the production of media, supporting the creative economy at governmental level in the United Kingdom.
Allan Leighton is a British businessman, chairman of The Co-operative Group since February 2015, former CEO of Asda, former chief executive of Pandora, and former non-executive chairman of the Royal Mail. He is also the co-owner of Brackley Town.
Sir David Hartmann Higgins is an Australian-British businessman, the Chairman of United Utilities Group, Chairman of Gatwick Airport, and the former Non-Executive Chairman of High Speed Two (HS2). He was Chief Executive of the London 2012 Summer Olympics Delivery Authority and Network Rail.
Thinkbox is the marketing body for commercial TV in the UK. Its shareholders are Channel 4, ITV, Sky Media and UKTV. Together Thinkbox's shareholders represent over 99% of commercial TV advertising revenue through their owned and partner TV channels. Thinkbox's Associate Members are Disney, TAM Ireland, Think TV (Australia), thinktv (Canada), TVN Media (Poland), TV Globo (Brazil), Tenk TV (Norway), DSTv, and Virgin Media. Discovery Networks UK & Ireland and STV also give direct financial support.
David Abraham is a British media executive, who is the former chief executive of Channel 4 Television Corporation. In 1997 he co-founded the creative agency St. Luke's. Abraham then went on to senior creative roles at Discovery Communications in the UK and the US before becoming CEO of UKTV in 2007 and then CEO of Channel 4 from 2010 to 2017. In 2018, Abraham co-founded Wonderhood Studios where he is now Group CEO.
Thomas James Greatrex is a British Labour Co-op politician, who was the Member of Parliament (MP) for Rutherglen and Hamilton West between 2010 and 2015 and the Shadow Energy Minister from 2011 to 2015.
Kevin Malloy is an advertising executive currently based in Auckland, New Zealand but with international roles. He is responsible for Starcom MediaVest Group's (SMG) Coca-Cola assignments globally and is also the VivaKi Country Chair responsible for Starcom, ZenithOptimedia and Razorfish across Australia and New Zealand.
Ebiquity is an independent marketing and media consultancy.
Christopher Peter Townsend is a KPMG Senior Partner and Head of KPMG’s Infrastructure, Government, Defence and Healthcare (IGH) practice. He was previously the Commercial Director of Chelsea F.C. and London Resort. Since 2019, he has been an independent Trustee of the National Portrait Gallery, London, where he chairs the gallery's Trading Company. In April 2020, during Phase 1 of the COVID-19 pandemic, he accepted the role of Chief Executive of the government's Shielding Programme on a voluntary basis for 4 months before joining KPMG.
Arnaud de Puyfontaine is a French businessman who has been the chief executive officer of Vivendi since 2014.
Peter Souter is the chairman and chief creative officer of TBWA London and former executive creative director of Abbott Mead Vickers BBDO.
TV advertising delivery describes the process of getting an ad to air on television. The workflow usually involves the advertisers, creative agencies, post-production houses, media agencies, advertising delivery specialists & broadcasters.
Ian Ward Griffiths is a British businessman. He is the CFO and Deputy CEO of Kantar Group, a data analytics and brand consulting company.
Joshua Adam Berger CBE is an American-born British business executive and producer in the media and entertainment industry. He is the founder and Chairman of Battersea Entertainment.