Helping us explore the role of the Non-Exec today is James Davies. James had a front row seat for the Dot-com boom in the 90’s and has just a wealth of knowledge in the areas of Market Strategy, Portfolio and Product management, innovation management, product marketing and go to market experience in the UK and USA. Notably he was President and CEO of Accept Software a few years ago and has recently moved to AnswerSpace as Chief Product Officer and for nearly 3 years has been Non-Executive Chairman at i-Nexus.
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About the author
Bruce Wright is the founder and Managing Director of Pathfinder Executive Search Ltd and has over 14 years Recruiting, Staffing and Executive Search experience. Over 12 years of this has been spent in Executive Search. He has been helping top Enterprise Software companies find senior level executives and helping build world class teams across Europe and North America since 2003. Unlike many Executive Search Professionals who claim to work across borders, he really has placed Senior Professionals with Enterprise Software companies in France, Germany, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, The Netherlands, UK and North America. Often working across borders simultaneously for the same client – this generates a synergy that makes for truly outstanding results. He is also a committed endurance athlete who has competed in challenges around the world, including the infamous Marathon des Sables, Zurich Ironman and the magical Ultra Trail du Mont Blanc. In addition to UTMB he has twice run 100 miles non-stop.