Conigital, a global Autonomous AI company, appoints ex Microsoft Senior MD Europe, Warwick Hill, to its Board…
Warwick further strengthens the Conigital board to support Conigital’s ambitious growth plans in the emerging £907Bn Driverless vehicle market.
“We are delighted to have Warwick join and support our rapidly growing international business with series A investment and commercial activities,” said Conigital CEO, Don Dhaliwal. “His previous background of raising capital, scaling and selling global companies is vital to our long-term growth strategy.”
Warwick Hill is a New Zealand business executive with 30 years’ experience in the global technology industry supporting FinTech, Telco and Digital Media. Until recently he was Senior MD for Microsoft across EMEA where he led the Startup engagement programs. Warwick is renowned for successfully building companies in the digital sector. Most notable are the sale of his company, 3rdSpace, a Digital Innovations Agency, that was bought in June 2013 by CCTV, the State Broadcaster in China and one of the largest media companies in the World. Prior to setting up 3rdSpace, Warwick built a telco services company specialising in India and Middle East voice termination which he successfully sold in 2009.
Warwick also works with senior executives of global enterprises to shape their understanding of how both innovative and entrepreneurial approaches solve business challenges while driving new data commercialisation models.
“I am excited about the potential of Conigital within the buoyant AI, autonomy and industrial IoT markets and look forward to helping them build out both their business and enterprise platform.”
For further information about Conigital please visit www.conigital.com and follow them on twitter @conigital.
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