Meet our Board of Directors
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Meet our Board of Directors
One of Alistair’s earliest automotive memories was his Grandad’s dealership shutting at lunchtime for an hour. Alistair served his apprenticeship and finally sold Dane County’s Vauxhall dealerships to Arnold Clark in 2004.
He spent a further 4 years as Commercial and then Sales Director at Accident Exchange.
He’s a massive digital enthusiast. He’s also a season ticket holder at Manchester United.
Carol has over 19-years’ experience in the automotive industry, including retail-side, most recently consulting for one of the largest dealer groups in the UK.
Previously holding positions within Arnold Clark - the ultimate being Group Marketing & Product Development Manager, Carol was instrumental in the roll out of video within the Arnold Clark network.
Important to Carol is making a difference to the business and people - building and being part of an amazing team. Testing things first, using data to drive decisions vs. jumping in – yet ensuring actions are timely.
In her spare time Carol enjoys the views of the Scottish countryside when hill-walking and relaxing over a glass of gin.
Chris has had a long and successful career with General Motors (Vauxhall and Opel) in the UK and mainland Europe.
Now officially retired, Chris is working as hard as ever.
Currently, he is helping to manage our European business. When not in Germany, Italy or The Netherlands, he divides his time between the UK and Spain.
Colin’s claim to fame is being one of the founders of The Internet Movie Database which was acquired by Amazon.
His passion for cars has now lead to a love of electric vehicles, and he also spends a fair bit of his spare time on his road bike on the country lanes around Stirling.
Prior to CitNOW, Colin was responsible for a software development team building hotel entertainment systems.
Geoffrey has worked with some of the most prestigious vehicle brands including Jaguar Land Rover, Audi, BMW, Lexus and Volkswagen.
He now runs his own consultancy business, which he combines with his role as Executive Chairman at CitNOW having joined the board in 2016.
Born in Kenya, Geoffrey is passionate about conservation and is involved with wildlife charity Tusk. He’s also a big rugby and cricket fan and for relaxation enjoys a spot of cooking.
Gordon has 30 plus years of automotive experience including positions with Carter and Carter and Accident Exchange where he was the Sales Director.
He’d like to list golf as one of his hobbies, but he’s rarely around to enjoy membership of his new club just to the north of Glasgow.
Gordon was instrumental in the development of CitNOW for Bodyshop.
Ian attended university in Cape Town, South Africa, where he also qualified as a Chartered Accountant before relocating to the UK in the mid 90’s.
Since then Ian has predominantly worked in senior finance positions in the technology, media and telecoms sector typically for AIM-listed or private equity backed businesses. He enjoys the challenge of working in dynamic entrepreneurial SME’s, seeking to create and grow shareholder value.
Outside of work, Ian is kept busy by a very active young family and enjoys running, having completed first 10k in early 2019.
Michael has been building software products and services for over 25 years with a specialty in digital video software solutions.
He is the founder of a number of successful start-ups, including Home Media Networks and Codevio, both joint collaborations with CitNOW CTO Colin Tinto.
At CitNOW Michael oversees the design and development of the brand’s rapidly expanding business-to-consumer video service.