Meet Our Directors




Daryn Wober

CEO

Before Ventra, Daryn was a Managing Director at PERFORM Group PLC, the world's largest digital sports media business. He was responsible for the group’s global business development activities and strategic partnerships. In earlier years he worked in various roles at IMG and as VP Business Development for IMImobile, a leading mobile technology firm. More recently he founded and sold the mobile music firm OTA Media to IMImobile.



James Sallon

PRODUCT DIRECTOR

Jamie has a track record in conceptualising and delivering digital products and campaigns for global brands. Before Ventra, Jamie established Ideawell, a leading app development agency that produced high-usage apps for clients including Mercedes-Benz, Castrol and Nokia. He previously ran IMImobile's European Mobile Marketing division. Media Week named Jamie one of the UK’s top 30 media executives under 30.



Stephan Nedregaard

TECHNICAL DIRECTOR

Stephan has online development experience going back to the earliest days of the Web, as well as having an extensive background with mobile applications and mobile technology from the inception of the smart phone. Joining Opera Software in their early days, he was instrumental in creating the first truly mobile social community and did early work on Opera Mini. He also served as the head of the Web Standards Project Educational Committee for several years, and won a BBC innovation award for his work with enterprise social moderation technology.



Tomiwa Aladekomo

CLIENT SERVICE & STRATEGY DIRECTOR

Tomiwa has experience crafting consumer-focused digital strategies that resonate in a rapidly evolving African media landscape. Most recently he was Senior Digital Manager at Nigerian Breweries where he led digital strategy and execution for some of the largest beverage brands in Nigeria. Before that Tomiwa worked extensively across media and marketing in Nigeria and North America,notably for Atlantic Records and HeadlightVision, where he worked on global strategy briefs for brands like Coca Cola and Unilever.