Paolo Dal Pino
Paolo has held a number of executive, operational and financial roles across a range of multinational businesses.
He currently is member of the board of SACE SpA, the Italian export credit agency.
Until January 2018, he was CEO of Prometeon Tyre Group, the industrial tyre business divested from the Pirelli Group. Previously he was President of Pirelli America Latina for five years.
He has more than 25 years' experience in the TMT industry. He has been Chief Executive Officer of Wind, the Italian mobile and broadband operator; President of the Latin American operations of the Telecom Italia Group; President of Tim Brazil, Chief Executive Officer of the Seat Group and Managing Director of the Espresso Group.
He has been member of the board of Terna SpA, the Italian national grid and of a number of listed and non listed international companies.
Mr. Dafna joined Telit in 2003 and took an active role in Telit's IPO on the AIM in 2005 and in other fundraisings that the company undertook since then.
Mr. Dafna held the position of Group CFO from February 2007 to June 2012, following which he became Chief Corporate Development Officer with responsibility for all M&A activity in the Telit Group. In 2016, he became also COO, with responsibility of all operation and purchasing activities. In November 2017, he was appointed to the Board as Finance Director. Mr. Dafna holds a BA in Business Administration and Accounting from the College of Management Academic Studies (Rishon LeZion, Israel), an MBA from Tel-Aviv University and he is a Certified Public Accountant.
Simon Duffy's role as Senior Independent Non-Executive Director is to provide a sounding board for the Chairman and to serve as an intermediary for the other directors when necessary. He is available to shareholders if they have concerns which contact through normal channels of Chairman, CEO or other executive directors has failed to resolve or for which such contact is inappropriate.
Simon Duffy has held a number of non executive and executive roles in both listed and unlisted companies across a number of industries. His current directorships include Millicom International Cellular, Wizz Air Holdings Plc and Oger Telecom Ltd.
His executive roles have included: Executive Chairman of Tradus Plc; Executive Vice Chairman of Virgin Media Group; CFO of Orange SA; Chief Executive of End2End Holdings AS; Deputy Chairman and Chief Executive WorldOnline International BV; and Deputy Chairman and Group Finance Director at Thorn EMI Plc.
Gil Sharon has held a number of executive, operational and marketing roles in several companies, especially in the Telecom sector.
Gil is currently the chair-man of the board and CEO of Golan Telecom, an Israeli cellular company (MNO).
He was President & CEO of Pelephone Communications LTD until 2016, since 2005, one of Israel's largest cellular operators.
Prior to Pelephone Sharon served as deputy CEO and CMO of Barak 013 an ISP and international long-distance operator.
Sharon started his career as a business consultant at Shaldor, one of Israel’s leading strategy consulting firms.
Mr. Sharon has More than 25 years' experience in the telecommunications industry, leading companies to success, developing strategies, and managing operations of major telecom companies in Israel.
Gil has served as board member of a range of companies, including YES (a cable TV company) Bezeq international and others.
He also serves as board member in several charity organizations.
Sharon holds an M.B.A from Tel-Aviv University and B.A in Economics and Business from the Hebrew University in Jerusalem.
Sharon is 55 years old. He is married and a father to 2 children.
Suvi Lindén was Minister of Communications for Finland responsible for media and telecommunications in 2007-2011 and previously Minister of Culture, Youth and Sport, 1999-2002. She was Member of Parliament for 16 years. She has a long experience of the Oulu City Council.
She has had a numerous position of trusts in a number of organizations including roles as ITU´s Special Envoy for the Broadband Commission for Digital Development, memberships in the Broadband Commission and Arctic Economic Council´s (AEC) Telecommunications Infrastructure Working Group.
She is Chairperson for NxtVn Finland Oy that develops open-access, carrier-neutral, and multi-tenant Data Center Parks.
The Intelligent Community Forum, a New York-based think tank named her as its “Visionary of the Year for 2011” for her commitment to ensuring affordable broadband access to every citizen in Finland.
Ms Lindén holds a Master of Science (Computer Science) degree from the University of Oulu, Finland.
Harald Rösch is Chief Executive Officer of Melita (Malta) joining in April 2016. He was previously CEO of blizoo (Bulgaria, 2014-15), Kabel Baden-Württemberg (Germany, 2009-2012) and HanseNet (Germany, 2003-2008).
Prior to this he held management positions in Telecom Italia and Infostrada and worked with McKinsey&Co for 6 years. His experience in non-executive Board positions include Sky Germany, Internetstores, United Digital Group and SEAT Pagine Gialle. Mr. Rösch has degrees in Business Administration from ESB Reutlingen and ESC Reims and holds an MBA from INSEAD.
He is married with 2 children.
Adam Power is a career digital and media executive, most recently as president of international and China for CBS Corporation.
In this role he founded their Chinese digital media business which became a top 10 online media group by audience and operated the digital businesses across the globe.
Mr. Power has led significant growth across global markets through organic development and a strong M&A track record with over 25 acquisitions in China, Europe and Asia.
He also is involved in social commerce start-ups and consults to media companies to help expand their business into new markets.