HATDeX signs former Apple and Apollo Global Management executives to board roles

Tech challenger prepares to champion the decentralized data economy on a global stage

 Tolga Uzuner

Tolga Uzuner

CAMBRIDGE, UK, 3 May 2018 | HAT Data Exchange Ltd (HATDeX), operator of the Hub of All Things (HAT) micro-server, has welcomed two new global executives to its advisory board. Tolga Uzuner is a global technology investor and former Partner at Apollo Global Management LLC, and Alan Greenberg is a former Director of Apple Education EMEA and Asia.

The appointments help the company position decentralised data as the future of the digital economy on a global stage. Alan Greenberg, who led the Apple team that built education podcasting and iTunes U, was the Head of Higher Education EMEA for three years and the Director of Solutions & Strategy Asia for two and a half. Alan is on the team at Eight Great Technologies, a specialist technology venture capital fund that worked to promote the growth of Sino-British tech companies during the PM’s 2018 trip to China, and he is a Fellow of the RSA in London, and a director, advisor and VC to a portfolio of education and healthcare startups.

Tolga Uzuner is a global technology investor with a reputation for identifying valuable assets in emerging economies. He was a Partner at Apollo Global Management from 2013 to April 2018, prior to which he was a Managing Director in the Chief Investment Office at JPMorganChase and a Director in the Fixed Income Group at Credit Suisse. Dr. Uzuner has served on the boards of directors of Capital IQ, Consul, IP Unity, Ipanema, and Atoga, has a BS in Computer Science and Engineering and a BS in Economics from MIT, a Master of Science in Finance from London Business School, and a PhD from the Computer Laboratory at the University of Cambridge where he is a Fellow of Kings College.

 Alan Greenberg

Alan Greenberg

HATDeX has created a platform technology championing the decentralised personal data economy. The tech industry is moving towards new information policies after the Facebook and Cambridge Analytica scandals, and person-owned personal data is now increasingly a better way to build apps and services. HATDeX’s HAT micro- servers are owned by the citizen and collect data from wherever it’s created, unlocking opportunities in private AI, non-intrusive online advertising, and improved digital signaling and verified actions, representing the future of the digital economy.

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