Executive Management Team

The IOCOM Executive Management Team and Advisory Board consists of global business leaders in diverse fields of business, technology, industry and public service. With decades of experience operating at the highest levels of international commerce, the team is responsible for driving IOCOM's growth and transformation into a world leader in visual collaboration platforms.

Alan Lowe

Chief Executive Officer

Alan is a former NHS manager who was previously responsible for the outpatient service at St Mary's Hospital where he was responsible for over 200 staff and later managed the service improvement programme for NHS Westminster. He launched the first NHS IP video conferenced cancer network in 2007 and was recognised for his work by the NHS. Alan has advised over 150 hospitals and was invited to the International Institute of Heath’s world conference to present his work. Alan has won a number of national awards for his transformational projects in health. Alan co-founded THP in 2011, worked with governments and large organisations around the world specialising in health, education and criminal justice initiatives. This included the launch of the one platform for the NHS. www.nhsone.net. In 2016, Alan took over at IOCOM as Chief Executive Officer and using the IOCOM Visual Business Platform aims to transform service delivery on a global basis by helping to deliver better care and education to individuals across the world.

Jon Swanson

Chief Technical Officer

With extensive experience in networking, software development, hardware, and systems engineering, Jon is the architect of IOCOM's video collaboration suite and inventor of 27 issued patents with more pending.

Before joining IOCOM, Jon was a Regional Network Specialist for 3Com Corporation where he designed network solutions for major ISPs. Prior to 3Com, he was a founder of JavaNet, a regional ISP that expanded throughout the Northeast and was eventually purchased by RCN. Jon has further background in software quality assurance and was on the editorial staff of BYTE Magazine.

Lord Victor O Adebowale


Lord Adebowale has had a career long interest in innovation across housing, health and public services. He is the CEO of a major health and social care provider. He has a track record of working with both senior members of governments as well as working with communities to transform their experience of public services. Victor is a visiting professor and Chancellor at Lincoln University and is the Chair of Collaborate, a new organisation established to provide new insights into how public, private and non-profit organisations can work together in the interests of public service users.

Heneage Stevenson


Heneage has worked in finance & private equity for Schroder Salomon, Citigroup, & Clearbell on over £2bn of listed transactions and £1bn of private equity transactions. He now runs his own investment management business Vanneck, which invests in equities, venture capital & real estate.

Yogesh Patel


Yogesh is a Co-founder and President of Sabse Technologies. He began his career working at IBM in Storage. He also co-founded Arzoo, a travel portal based in India, and Arohi, a leading Security and Surveillance software that is used by governments in US, India and other countries. Yogesh is an Advisor/Board Member to startups based in the US and India in the fields of telecoms, Internet and pharma. In addition, he is a member of the Board of Medisol India Pvt. Ltd, which is a state-of-the-art asthma medication manufacturing company that exports worldwide. Yogesh has been granted several US patents. He holds a BSc in Electrical Engineering from VJTI (India) and a MSc in Electrical Engineering from Penn State, MS-MOT (Management of Technology) NTU.

Amreesh Chandra


An only child, Amreesh demonstrated his tenacity, entrepreneurialism and innovation from a very early age. While he could have enjoyed a very comfortable life by taking over the family business, as Principal of the oldest and most prestigious schools in Uttar Pradesh, India, Amreesh opted to do something very different. He started his career as an Economics teacher and gradually moved up the ladder to reach the post he holds today of Executive Principal, Administration & Finance within the St. Paul’s enterprise. Throughout his career, one thought occupied his thinking. That is that education should be a defining and comprehensive training for life; not just the accumulation of information. Indeed, his brainchild, Chandra Edu Links (CEL), arose as a direct result of this thinking. Since its inception in 2006, CEL has led to the evolution of a new chapter in educational services and has grown into a top-tier educational service company in India. This growth in status was accomplished through a very deliberate management philosophy, which emphasizes that students and educators must grow together under a common structure. In 2014, CEL has continued to grow through an expansion of its mission and operations into more overseas territories, including Sri Lanka, China, Bangladesh, Africa and the Republic of Macedonia. Amreesh was honored as a Freeman to the City of London in June 2012 for his enormous contribution to the development of education at all levels – from small kindergarten to the development of higher education cities – not only in India, but in many countries around the world.

Peter Gordon


Peter has an MBA from London Business School. He spent much of his career at Europe’s largest investor in unquoted companies, 3i Group plc, latterly as a Partner in European Buyout business. More recently he founded, floated and sold a technology company, In-Deed Online plc, and he is today an active investor in several private companies. Finally he is a non executive director of the AIM quoted E-learning specialist, Leaning Technologies plc, where he also manages acquisition activity.

Harry Hill


Harry Hill is an experienced director of both public and private companies, most, but not all of which are in the property sector. For 20 years he was CEO of Countrywide Plc and during that time was involved in the creation of Rightmove Plc, which he chaired for 6 years and Chesnara Plc where he was a non-executive director. Today he is deputy chairman of LTG Plc and CEO of Hunters plc, alongside several other seats on the board of private companies and a London based charity which seeks to provide low cost accommodation for young entrepreneurs.