He has built a high growth digital and services business from a back bedroom to a 60 staff, 2 languages (Spanish and English) to a £12m valuation on a £4m turnover.
Neil has a 21 year history of digital products and information software marketing, Neil’s first digital product – a CD-ROM – was launched in 1991 and was sold to music industry executives who had thought it would work on their CD players. Neil wrote his book called a 100 Rules for Entrepreneurs from the experience he gained when he set up his successful digital and services business.
Neil’s goal is to help build 1,000s of successful start-up and corporate innovation teams, hence, to do this, he commissioned Manchester Business School to develop the unique eTeamTool which allows teams to assess their talent needs and then go out and recruit the right people to make the business a success.
He has a keen talent for designing start-up team development products and methodologies which accelerate good ideas into great businesses led by effective leaders. Neil recruits and develop teams that can make sales and grow businesses on the back of truly meeting customer needs and solving problems.
Neil has worked in variety of different business sectors such as Startups, Innovation, Leadership Development, Team Building and Development, Distribution, International Sales, Digital Media, Internet Marketing, Property Investment, Business Angel Investment, Music, Business Information, Financial Services, Tourism & Travel, Newsletter Publishing, e-commerce, Economics, Politics, eLearning, Investment Analysis, Brand Development & Strategy.