Greg is also Chairman of Tel.Pacific, Chairman of NBN Tasmania and on the Board of the Australian law firm, Lander and Rogers.
He was previously a partner with Deloitte for 24 years, and has held a number of senior leadership roles, including Managing Partner/Director for Deloitte Consulting/ICS in Australia, a systems integrator specialising in the implementation of enterprise applications.
Greg is also Managing Director and principal of Exentor Group, an independent software and IT consulting services supplier to the Asia Pacific.
Managing Director and CEO
Mr Rodwell is also the founder of MOKO.mobi. He has over 20 years experience in corporate and consumer design and multimedia and has owned and operated several businesses specialising in this field. He has worked in Australia, Singapore, UK and the US, managing projects for many international companies including McKinsey, BMW, UniLever, and MTV.
In the consumer area, Mr Rodwell led projects for several of the world’s biggest names in sport including Manchester United FC; The All Blacks; Adidas; and several top tennis stars such as Anna Kournikova and Lleyton Hewitt. His role includes the oversight of all Company’s product development and strategic planning.
Peter Yates AO
Peter is a director of AIA Australia Limited, MOKO.mobi. and Peony Capital General Partners.
He is also the Chairman of the Royal Children’s Hospital Foundation, the Royal Institution of Australia, the Australian Science Media Centre and the Faculty of Business and Economics at Melbourne University.
From 2004-2007, Peter was Managing Director of Oceania Capital Partners and held the position of Chief Executive Officer of Publishing and Broadcasting Limited from 2001-2004. Until 2001 he worked in the investment banking industry including 15 years with Macquarie Bank. Peter has also worked for Morgan Stanley in Australia and Booz Allen Hamilton in Tokyo. He holds a Doctorate of the University from Murdoch University, a Masters degree from Stanford University Graduate School of Business and a Commerce degree from Melbourne University. He speaks Japanese, having studied at Keio University in Tokyo.
Peter is Deputy Chairman of Asialink, a Board Member of the Myer Foundation, the Australian Chamber Orchestra, the Australia-Japan Foundation and the FMAA. Peter was Chairman of the Knowledge Cities World Summit held in Melbourne in 2010. He was also Chairman of the Review of Wagering in Victoria ( 2011). Peter has been a director of Crown Ltd, Foxtel Ltd, The Nine Network, Ninemsn, Oceania Capital Partners Limited, the National Portrait Gallery and The Melbourne International Arts Festival.
In the June 2011 Queen’s Birthday Honours, Peter was awarded a Member of the Order of Australia for service to education, the financial services industry and to a range of arts, science and charitable organizations.
Hans de Back
Hans is the CEO and co-founder of the Triscreen Media Group, managing a number of companies providing interactive media solutions. Hans previously worked as a lawyer for several international firms, specializing in mergers & acquisitions with an focus on telecom, media & entertainment. In 1999 he co-founded Telitas Benelux, one of the first and most successful mobile content providers in Europe. In 2002 Telitas was sold to Index for €50 million, and Hans went on to develop the Triscreen Media Group, which has grown to 6 offices worldwide with activity in over 35 countries and revenues of more than €100 million.