Paul Moss is the new business development director at Intergage. He has worked with major corporates in the global communications sector, regularly jetting across the world to secure new business and drive growth.
Paul has taken a few minutes from his busy schedule of appointments to give you an insight into what it's like being ‘Mossy’…
Where can we find you at the weekend?
Walking our dog on the beach with my wife, riding my motorbike with friends or singing with my band.
Where did you work before Intergage?
I am the co-founder of a technology innovation consultancy and continue to advise its board members. Prior to that I held senior sales and marketing positions with leading technology companies including Toshiba, Novatel Wireless and RootMetrics.
What is your role at Intergage?
My primary responsibility at Intergage is to help grow new B2B customer relationships and to work with the board to develop our sales strategy.
If you could write a book about your life, what would the title be and why?
High Kicks, Broken Bones and Mobile Phones – the title references the ups and downs of martial arts, motorbikes and my long career in the mobile communications industry.
Do you have any hobbies?
Performing with my band Jak The Lad, riding motorbikes and cooking.
Who is the most famous person you've met and where were you?
I am going to take this opportunity to name drop in a big way!
Sir Richard Branson, whom I first met in the BA Lounge at Seattle Airport
Former Beatle George Harrison at a GT car racing event at Silverstone
Lord Alan Sugar, who I spent three years working for earlier in my career.
Do you have any hidden talents?
I have a black belt in karate and have also trained in a number of other martial arts.
What gets you out of bed in the morning?
Our dog, Lottie the Schnoodle.
What is your biggest achievement to date – personal or professional?
Signing a 10-year agreement with Virgin Mobile to design, build and deploy its mobile information services platform.