Kerry is the founder and major shareholder of Aeeris and the Early Warning Network. He has been the key driver behind the development of the Company's technology platform and services offering, and has been instrumental in commercialising the operation during its recent rapid growth phase.
As CEO Kerry is responsible for leading the Aeeris team in both the operations and further technical evolution of the EWN platform, but also taking a central role in the corporate sales process. Kerry is an inspiring evangelist for the merits of the Company's capabilities, and a motivated stakeholder in pursuing the Company's development.
Kerry Plowright is an Ex-army officer and keen environmentalist. He has led environmental remediation teams into Kuwait following the First Gulf War to mitigate the effects of oil fires and spills in the aftermath of the war.
Kerry was executive Director of Earth Trust South Pacific. He later led a unique project in 1991 to map the New Zealand coast using GPS encoded aerial oblique video. To accomplish this he built New Zealand’s first certified microlite float plane which he piloted. During this time Kerry was also Editor and Chief of New Zealand Green Magazine, with a distribution of over 60,000 members.
In 1995, Kerry established a digital publishing and software business called Ezimerchant, which created one of the world’s first out-of-the-box e-commerce and DIY website products and payments platforms.
In 2007, Kerry developed The Early Warning Network’s Geographic Notification and Information System (GNIS). The GNIS is the world’s first multi-channel location based early warning service for severe weather and other geo-spatial hazards.
Kerry is not an independent director as he is (and will on completion of the Offer remain) an executive of Aeeris, and a substantial shareholder of the Company.
Bryce has been involved in the finance industry since 1986. His experience includes funds management (Prudential Assurance Ltd), proprietary trading (Macquarie Bank Ltd) and stockbroking. Since 2000 he has broadened his experience to investment banking activities encompassing advisory, mergers and acquisitions and equity capital markets. He has worked with two mid-market Australian securities firms before establishing Veritas as a founding director in 2006.
Nathan began his career in financial markets over 20 years ago. He holds a Bachelor of Commerce from The University of Melbourne and a Graduate Diploma in Applied Finance and Investment. He has previously been employed by a large Investment Bank and Hedge Fund focused on trading and investment strategies. In these organisations one of his roles was to evaluate seed capital, pre-IPO and listed investment opportunities in the technology sector.
In 2014 Nathan redirected his focus on a personal basis to early stage investments. He is a cofounder of a disability respite care business, a non-executive director of Bora Bora Resources Ltd, an ASX listed resource explorer and Appsolute Digital Ltd, a Indonesian based technology developer.