We are pleased to welcome Phillip Kingston to the Internet 2.0 Advisory Board. Phillip is a tech and finance entrepreneur who founded fintech firm Sargon in 2016 and professional services firm GrowthOps in 2017, each generating annual revenues exceeding $50 million.
In 2020, Phillip founded Galactic Bioware, Inc. which manufactures advanced clothing, armour systems and powered suits for firefighting and emergency response in Australia and the USA.
He is also the Executive Director of LUMA Beauty, a partner at media company Dragonfire, a partner at private investigation firm HKH Partners, and Chairman of funds management firm Trimantium.
“We are very excited to have Phillip join the Internet 2.0 Advisory Board. Phillip brings a wealth of experience from the fintech sector, and we look forward to his insights and advice to support our continued growth”, said Robert Potter Internet 2.0 co-CEO.
“I look forward to getting more involved in the cyber security sector as part of the Internet 2.0 Advisory Board and contribute to the ongoing success of the company”, said Phillip.
Phillip Kingston – Internet 2.0 Advisory Board Member