Jeremy Silver appointed as Non-Executive Director to aql
Entrepreneur, author, and angel investor Jeremy Silver has joined aql in the capacity of non-executive director. His priorities will be to support us as we strive for strategic development and growth.
Jeremy is the CEO of Digital Catapult, the UK’s not-for-profit authority on advanced digital technology. He is also a trustee of the British Library, a member of the UK Creative Industries Council and sits on the boards of HammerheadVR, Imaginarium Studios and Feedforward.ai.
Previously, he was Executive Chairman of Semetric, which was acquired by Apple, CEO of Sibellius Software, which was acquired by Avid and Worldwide Vice-President of New Media for EMI Group in Los Angeles.
On his appointment, Jeremy said
“aql's range of digital products and services shows how advanced digital infrastructure can underpin a range of essential services which can benefit consumers, businesses and governments alike. I’m incredibly excited to be joining a business that is powering the future of telecommunications, while ensuring it continues to make a positive impact.
I’m confident that my background and experience with a variety of fast growth companies in the technology space, spent over the course of 20 years in the US, the UK and other countries around the world, will help aql expand, diversify and elevate the business to the next level.”
aql chairman Professor Adam Beaumont added:
“For over 24 years, we have been focused on developing innovative, enabling technologies that empower industry, communities and consumers. Our goal for the next two decades and beyond is to create a connected society and powerful legacy, one that puts our communities and our environment at the heart of all that we do.
Jeremy’s unique experience will help support and catalyse this vision, so we’re delighted to welcome him to aql.”
aql founder and chairman Professor Adam Beaumont delivers a speech on sustainability and presents the Net Zero 50 People’s Choice Award to its winner.