Jeffrey Peel (Managing Director) has a well developed reputation as a specialist in research and evidence based consulting – and is a highly experienced digital communications professional. Jeff has considerable client and agency side marketing communications and strategic marketing expertise. His clients have included HP, 3Com, PwC, AT&T, BT, Microsoft, IBM, Oxford Economics, GSM Association, University of Edinburgh – among many others. He has written thought leadership reports or created online web content for dozens of clients operating in the IT, telecommunications, business services and financial services sectors. He has also undertaken project work for many early to mid-stage venture capital funded organisations.
Jeff is a former Head of Marketing Communications for a global division of 3Com and has held senior management roles at Research International (London) and Response Analysis Corp (Princeton, NJ). He has an Honours Degree in Economics from Queen’s University Belfast (one of the UK’s top Russell Group universities) and is a Full Member of the Market Research Society – and holds the Society’s post-graduate Diploma. He published a book on Customer Relationship Management in 2002 (Butterworth, Boston).
Kevin Franklin (Associate Director) has 25 years’ experience spanning telecoms, software, and data communications. Most recently at Nokia he served on an executive management team responsible for developer relations, helping a global network of partners successfully develop mobile enterprise solutions. His team helped drive the Qt application development framework through a period of 10x growth, enabling Nokia’s partners to realise opportunities on Qt across mobile, desktop and embedded platforms. Kevin’s career encompasses product management & marketing, business development, and product development within companies including Symbian, Avaya, Psion and 3Com. He has a Master’s Degree in Electronics Engineering from the University of Manchester, and is currently based in London.
Andrew Doyle (Associate) has been an early adopter, innovator and business pioneer in the Internet, Mobile Internet and Cloud computing business environment since 1990. At Intuitive he led leading UK Life & Pension companies such as Legal & General, Royal London and Prudential to improve sales and efficiencies by introducing mobile selling and compliance technologies. As an early employee at Unwired Planet (renamed Phone.com after IPO and then Openwave) he managed the team that launched Europe’s first Mobile Internet services with SFR/Vodafone France, and later partnered with leading handset manufacturers and service providers to launch services at other EMEA top 10 Telcos including Telefonica and Telecom Italia Mobile. At Aepona Andrew established Partner Go-To-Market strategies to develop and launch innovative telco platform services. At Aran Technologies Andrew established the global partners for their Telecom Customer Experience Management platform. More recently Andrew has used this experience to mentor and provide start-up assistance and training for new entrant HiTech and IT/Telco companies. Andrew has two degrees in Computer Science from Trinity College Dublin, a Diploma in Business from the University of Paris and is a speaker and panelist at industry events internationally.
Andrew Moloney (Associate) is a senior marketing consultant with nearly 20 years experience in established (3COM; RSA Security) and start-up businesses (RadioScape; Commtag) in mobile and communications related technologies. Customer focused, and able to identify and realise profitable market opportunities through innovative sales and marketing strategies, Andrew quickly establishes strong external relationships with customers, suppliers and strategic partners. Andrew has worked with Quadriga Consulting on several assignments and customer bids and has a highly successful track record creating and leading highly motivated cross-functional teams to achieve ambitious business goals. He also relishes working in global, multi-cultural environments.
Dominique Lazanski (Associate) has spent over 12 years in the Internet industry with many of those years working in Silicon Valley. She has a long held interest in public policy and participatory government. She has written and spoken on digital issues over the years from a free market and entrepreneurial perspective. She holds degrees from Cornell University and the London School of Economics.