Chief Executive Officer
In 2000, Panagiotis set down his vision for innovation that has taken InternetQ from niche start-up to a leading global provider of mobile marketing and digital entertainment solutions, listed on London AIM. Under his driven lead, the company has rapidly expanded its mobile services and global footprint to emerging markets, including Asia and Latin America. Prior to following his entrepreneurial instincts with InternetQ, Panagiotis worked for 10 years in finance & banking and authored a book on financial derivatives. He studied Law at Athens University and holds an MBA from the Athens Laboratory of Business.
Chief Financial Officer
Veronica joined the Group in August 2010. She has a degree in Economics from North Carolina State University and a Masters in International Management from Thunderbird A.G.S.I.M. She has extensive international experience in project financing and international development, having worked in Sudan, the Middle East, Malaysia, Romania, and Greece. Prior to joining the Group, she worked as Chief Finance Officer of the Real Estate Division of the largest conglomerate in Sudan. Her managerial experience also includes five years in a senior role in a FTSE-40 listed company in Greece.
Chief Commercial Officer
Kostas joined InternetQ in 2009. He holds a degree in Electrical & Computer Engineering (AUTH) and an MBA (KUL/UCI - USA). During his tenure as CCO, InternetQ has grown its business robustly, both geographically by expanding into Southeast Asia and Latin America – and in terms of revenue. Prior to joining the company, he was the VP of Mobile Marketing at Velti, where he was acknowledged as an industry innovator in mobile marketing campaigns. Previous positions include senior telecommunications executive roles at industry leading brands British Telecom, Vodafone and General Motors.
VP, Technology Infrastructure
Michalis has been active with the Group since 2002. He is the chief architect of the IT infrastructure that hosts over 500 services and supports global operations, managing server rooms in three different countries. He is a graduate of Athens University in Business & Economics.
Apostolos N. Zervos
SVP, Business Development Akazoo
Apostolos joined InternetQ in 2010. He is responsible for strategy development, service design and operations of the Group’s Akazoo entertainment service offering. He holds a degree in Philosophy & Economics from Yale University. Prior to joining, he was at Velti, where he served as a Corporate Program Manager for Product & Solution Marketing and as a Senior Manager of Innovation. He has held other senior management positions at Ellemedia Technologies, Lucent Technologies, Bell Labs as well as Algosystems. Apostolos has also been an active member of the film entertainment industry.
SVP, Central Europe
Marco started his professional career in 1992 as Branch Manager for the international trading company Behn Meyer in Medan, Indonesia. He joined the team in 2013, following the company’s acquisition of ATLAS Interactive Germany, where he was Managing Director since 2003. Prior to this he was Chief Executive Officer of INA Germany AG. Marco is one of the founding members of the DVTM (German Association for Telecommunication and Media) and served as Deputy Manager of the grievance board from 1998 to 2000 when he was elected member of the Executive Board, a position he still holds today.
SVP, SE Asia
Oscar joined the team in 2011, following the company’s acquisition of i-POP Networks SE Asia, where he was the COO. He is responsible for InternetQ’s Operations and execution of sales strategies in the Region across all of its product lines. Spanning almost 17 years Asia Pacific, his previous experience comprises senior regional roles in Media companies such as MTV, Time Inc. and Readers Digest, as well entrepreneurial experience with tech start-ups based in Singapore. Oscar was educated in the UK at KCS Wimbledon and CDT London.
Colin JG Miles
VP, Marketing & Corporate Relations
Colin joined InternetQ in 2011 and presently holds the marketing and corporate relations portfolio. He became part of the company following its M&A with Asian mobile aggregator (i-POP Networks) which he’d co-founded in Singapore in 2002. He is presently Chairman of MEF (Asia) – the global mobile community for content and commerce, headquartered in London. Colin is a regular industry speaker on the global circuit – and also a Judge for the GSMA’s Global Mobile Awards; held each year in Barcelona at the Mobile World Congress. Likewise, he is a Judge for the Asian Communications Awards; and more recently, was appointed as Chief Judge for the Malaysian Government’s ‘IPCC’ contest, which is a nationwide talent search looking for new App developers and mobile game concepts. Colin is a graduate of Oxford Brookes University, UK – with a BA (Hons) in English Literature and Publishing.