Peter is responsible for the strategy and growth of the company. He is a passionate entrepreneur who has built and sold two companies before Navmii. He spends all his time thinking of the future of the company, building partnerships and developing relationship with customers globally.
CTO and co-founder
Responsible for Navmii technology platform, products and services. Andrey has worked on navigation projects for mobile phone manufacturers worldwide and was responsible for delivering the first navigation system into China and the implementation of the first Location Based Service features into navigation systems back in 2005.
Creative Director and co-founder
Matt is the gatekeeper of the brand, identity, user experience and user interface for Navmii. Matt has a passion for product design & branding. On good days, he has ideas, solves problems and pushes pixels. The rest of the time he drinks too much coffee.
John deals with anything legal, financial or, you’ve guessed it – Operational. He can squeeze a lot from a little and loves to harass the developers with bug fixes and feature enhancements. His favourite things are his wife and children. He loves films, photography, skiing and downhill mountain biking. Sadly, he has no time for any of this as a result of having too many children.
Head of Product
Purpose: to help this fantastic company tell its stories, to unlock the potential of customers, drive loyalty and growth. Zoe has a rare combination of fluency in technology, customer experience design and marketing. She is a self professed girl geek, a member of the Rebel Alliance and lover of jelly sweets.
Inside Navmii, Craig works on business development and stakeholder management across Navmii’s fours verticals: Mobile, Fleet, Auto Insurance, and OEM.
Previous to Navmii, Craig worked at British Telecom in Group Communications and studied at the University of Westminster.
Strategic Board Advisor for Navmii
Steve Coast started the OpenStreetMap project in 2004 in his native London while a physics student. OSM went on to become a large open project, helping volunteers build an open map of the world, similar to how Wikipedia built an encyclopedia.