``I had a vision of an app that would enable someone at home sitting on a couch to be able to quickly and easily arrange a gig that gave them money in their pocket within 48 hours``
Adam Sarris – CEO
Prior to founding Squaddle, Adam was a Director and Senior Business Analyst for Bluebox Solutions. In addition Adam has held senior analytical roles for Iluka Resources, Asgard (Westpac) and TSA (Telstra). Adam has extensive experience in the design and implementation of technology based business solutions. As CEO of Squaddle Adam is responsible for the day to day leadership and management of the company as well as setting the strategic direction in conjunction with the Board.
Prior to co-founding Squaddle with Adam Sarris, James was Chairman and CEO of Bluebox Solutions. James is a senior business executive and experienced CEO with more than 15 year’s experience in high profile roles in many industries including GM Retail for iiNet, COO at TSA (Telstra) and an Associate Director of Client Services at Asgard (Westpac). James has extensive experience in leading large scale technology based operations and back of house customer service centres.
Justin is the CEO of Centurion Transport, one of Australia’s largest transport and logistics companies. In 2007 Justin was appointed Managing Director for Guardian Marine where his responsibilities included providing port services to the largest tonnage port in Australia in addition to facilitating off-shore express services. In 2009 Justin was appointed as the CEO of the Go Marine Group, Australia’s largest integrated marine oil and gas logistics provider, as part of a merger with Guardian Marine.
BA LLB MA
David acts as both a Non-Executive Director and Internal Legal Counsel for Squaddle and has over 25 years’ experience in industrial relations law with a special focus on providing practical, solution based advice on all workplace issues. David completed his articles at the “magic circle” firm of Linklaters Alliance in London where he practised for 8 years before migrating to Perth in 1996 to accept a position at Herbert Smith Freehills. He now runs his own practice (Heldsinger Legal) based in Perth.