Independent Non-Executive Chairman
Mr O’Hanlon is a technology entrepreneur, business executive, professional director and investor with extensive experience and knowledge of the information technology industry built up over a career spanning over 30 years.
Mr O’Hanlon was Managing Director and CEO of rhipe Limited (ASX code: RHP) for over 7 years and led the sale of RHP to Norwegian based Crayon in November 2021 for AUD $408 million. Prior to RHP, Mr O’Hanlon had multiple technology build, scale and exit experiences including as CEO of Haley Limited (sold to Oracle in 2008) and as Chief Strategy Officer of MYOB (sold to Bain Capital in 2011).
Gregg has been a director of the Company since October 2018. Gregg has a Bachelor of Commerce degree from the University of Wollongong and was a CFA Charter holder.
Gregg has 25 years’ of international business experience in financial markets, technology, sports administration, media and retail. He has founded and managed multiple global operating businesses in sports, retail and media sectors.
Gregg is currently Investment Director and Portfolio Manager at Salter Brothers. Gregg was most recently the Co‑Chief Investment Officer and an executive director of Bombora Investment Management, a boutique investment house. In the last eight years,
Gregg played a key role in introducing seven new companies to the ASX and raising significant equity growth capital for various ASX and NZX listed companies. Gregg has also served on boards across numerous industries including technology, marketplaces, construction, compliance, financial services. He is currently a non‑executive director of True Woo Pty Ltd and Marketplacer Pty Limited.
Andrew’s career over the past 20 years has spanned across a wide variety of industries including manufacturing, distribution, agriculture, hospitality, sport and tourism.
Andrew is an active director in a number of companies such as Mitchelton Wines, Jayco, Mitchelton‑SCOTT professional cycling team, My Local Broker, Marketplacer Pty Limited and the Prince Hotel and has been on the board of BikeExchange Pte Ltd since May 2020.
Andrew holds a degree in Business Advertising from RMIT and an Executive MBA from Bond University.
He is a committee member of ‘The Million Dollar Lunch’ which fundraises and networks in support of the Children’s Cancer Foundation.
Independent Non-Executive Director
Liz has over 25 years’ experience as a Chartered Accountant, is a Director at William Buck and a former Corporate Finance Partner of Grant Thornton. She is also a Director of Hub Australia and a member of the Finance Committee of the Australian Red Cross.
Liz has extensive experience advising businesses with strong growth aspirations, including on valuations, due diligence, mergers and acquisitions, capital raisings and ASX listings. She has worked across a range of industries (including technology and retail) and for businesses ranging from small privately owned companies to large ASX listed entities.
Liz holds a Bachelor of Commerce from the University of Melbourne and a Masters of Business Administration from La Trobe University. She is also a Fellow of Chartered Accountants Australia and New Zealand, a Fellow of the Financial Services Institute of Australasia, a Fellow of the Governance Institute and is a graduate of the Australian Institute of Company Directors.
Chief Executive Officer
Ryan is the Global Chief Executive Officer of the BikeExchange Group.
Based in Germany, Ryan is a 10+ year member of the BikeExchange team who founded BikeExchange’s international verticals in Europe.
He has been central to the ongoing development of Bikeexchange, having run its largest vertical (Germany) as well lead a team responsible for centralized functions in his most recent COO role.
Commencing his career with KPMG in Melbourne, Ryan has over 20 years of international work experience across the financial sector, automotive and technology.
Ryan is a Chartered Accountant (Institute of Chartered Accountants Australia & New Zealand) and holds a Bachelor of Business Degree from Swinburne University, Melbourne.