Beginning his career at the age of 16 as a trainee at Stagecoach, he worked his way up through the organisation to become chief technology officer, where he gained his appreciation of the importance of payments and the problems facing merchants. His work ethic and creativity stems from his time playing in a rock band, which taught him, in his own words, “to make sure that what you produce is absolutely the best thing that you can”.
David has 40 years experience within multinational companies. He began his career by completing his PhD with Hawker Siddeley in the UK and NASA in the USA. He was appointed Executive Vice President in 1999 and President and CEO of Sony Computer Entertainment (Europe) in 2003 until 2009 when he was appointed to the SONY Board in Tokyo. David brings knowledge of growing multinational Companies through M & A, in depth Fintech Industry experience and developing global strategies in Europe, Asia, North America, the Middle East and LATAM.
With nearly 20 years' experience in payments spanning roles from Software Engineer to Senior Leadership positions at Mastercard and DataCash, Kenny has led a wide variety of engineering and analyst teams across the globe. Kenny has a passion for continuous improvement in people, process and technology. Away from work, Kenny enjoys spending time with his daughters, playing various musical instruments, and staying fit by running and cycling.
Thomas has held leadership positions in B2B SaaS technology businesses; working across corporate strategy, international expansion, investor engagement, exit planning as well as founding SIS Ventures.
Outside of work, he spends his time trying to keep up with his kids whilst maintaining his status as an average amateur golfer.
Armed with commercial leadership roles in a range of successful Saas and eCommerce businesses Jacob immediately understood the importance and value Bridge can offer merchants. He loves nothing more than making the solution to seemingly complex payment challenges simple through the use of innovative tech. Out of work, he will usually be playing, watching or talking about sport.