Andy Scott co-founded Communications Venture Partners (“CVP”) in 1998. CVP invests in and manages telecommunications companies in developed and emerging markets. The Company’s main focus is on mobile communications and communications related technologies. One of his current ventures is helping grow and take Loopup (a conferencing and collaboration solution) to market.
Matt has been instrumental in helping with a lot of the ground work to establish Level One on its path to being a show case of the future of work in our local communities. His untiring energy and belief in helping grow local companies has been decisive in our success so far and helps form our on-going vision from the boardroom and the bar.
“I’m dedicated to innovation as a core strand of New Zealand’s future. My focus is squarely on helping solid technology ventures to succeed. Since early 2004, I’ve been helping hundreds of companies create wealth from technology. These range from billion dollar companies like Fisher and Paykel through to companies turning over less than $5 million.”
Cameron is the founder, majority shareholder and Managing Director of Raytio. Trained in business and law, Cameron has a Bachelor of Commerce / Bachelor of Law (Honours) degree from the University of Auckland. From 1992, Cameron worked in business process re-engineering, change management and Enterprise Resource Planning throughout Europe, America and Australasia. This gave him substantial expertise in the tools and processes that make businesses more successful.
“As a shareholder I’m proud to be helping build a community of innovative organisations based in Devonport, surely one of the best places to live in the world. The inspiring physical environment and mix of creative people is the perfect base for world-leading innovation”.
“As a tenant, Level One provides Raytio with a fantastic working environment that would be the envy of anyone in the world. It’s a great social environment for staff who get the opportunity to interact with smart, motivated people who have similar goals and aspirations”.