Management

Nigel Malkin, President:

Nigel Malkin is a seasoned entrepreneur who has founded, grown, and sold numerous companies prior to founding Brand2hand Media. Most notably, Malkin founded The Specialty Gourmet, Canada's largest diet delivery service with operations in Vancouver, Calgary, and Toronto. Malkin also transformed a defunct ship-building facility owned by the province of British Columbia into Western Canada's largest film and television production studio. Malkin operated the facility as a full-fledged movie studio on behalf of the provincial government for 3 years until the building was sold to a ship-builder in 2004. Malkin's passion for new media was cultivated during his undergraduate studies as a film student at UC Santa Barbara. Malkin founded Brand2hand Media after recognizing an opportunity to help brand-owners who are faced with a need for a 'mobile presence' today in the same way they were faced with a need for a 'web presence' a decade ago.

John Goodall, CTO:

With years of experience in the mobile and Internet space, John is an expert in wireless technologies. Before joining Brand2hand, John most recently co-founded the mobile2.0 company Litefeeds.com which helps media companies mobilize their content in innovative ways. Prior to that, John co-founded the social network Hellotree.com and has worked for large companies like Macys.com and QuantumDot Corp to develop their Web and mobile strategies. John is a graduate from York University, with a Bachelor of Science in Computer Science and Physics.

Hamish Malkin, CFO:

Hamish Malkin oversees the financial affairs of the company. Previously Mr. Malkin has held senior financial positions in the resource, real estate, and entertainment industries. Mr. Malkin is a Chartered Accountant and a member of the Canadian Institute of Chartered Accountants and the Institute of Chartered Accountants of British Columbia.



  "Mobilizing media and brands
  is our core business...
  Nobody does it better."


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