From March 1997 to February 1999, I was a Director of KMA Partnership, a small internet development company in London and worked as a designer with a small technology company in London and their client Faron Sutaria in London; an estate agent with some of the most luxurious property in the premier areas in London.
From November 1994 to June 1996, I was employed by CRT Multimedia, London.
The company developed intuitive mass market and corporate technology applications mostly for Microsoft operating and office software.
My tasks were to manage a change from the existing culture of the company that was taken over by CRT Multimedia to that of a more dynamic corporate company; to mentor, manage and grow the in-house product development team; to manage the design of new products and development of publishing systems; and to reduce production costs by developing tools and more efficient production processes.
From June 1994 to August 1994, I was employed by Elite Systems, a UK based computer and console games developer.
Elite Systems wanted to improve their internal product development processes and skill set.
From February 1992 to April 1994 I was employed by Ace Coin Equipment, a forerunner of the UK amusement industry.
Ace Coin Equipment wanted to maintain their lead in the coin operated amusements industry and invested in Intel’s DVI (interactive digital audio/video) technology with an aim to develop the next generation fruit machines and quiz games.