Rikesh Ram is an Entrepreneur, Innovator and a thought leader in renewable energy and electric vehicle space and comes with a background in Finance, Project Management and Technology sectors.
He is an Economics, Finance and Management graduate holding Australian Financial Services Investment Adviser Licence and is also a Justice of Peace (Qualified).
He has background in financial services and funds management industry and has his own private wealth company which provides financial advisory services from Tax Advisory, Investment & Wealth Creation Advice to Lending and Estate Planning.
He is a serial entrepreneur with investment in residential and commercial property, property development and retail sectors where he owned and operated a multi-unit global retail food franchise system.
He hold an double Masters Degree (Master of Business Administration & Master of Project Management) and is also an industry qualified and experienced project manager and holding both Project Management Professional Qualification (PMP) from Project Management Institute (PMI) which is a global project management qualification and also holds PRINCE2® Certification which is a widely recognised and used extensively in UK and Common Wealth Government’s around the world and in Private sectors.
He is currently CEO of Australian Electric Infrastructure and Transport Company (AEIT) where they launched wireless charging of electric vehicles which was named by TIME Magazine as one of top 50 Inventions and World Economic Forum as Top 10 emerging technology.
And Founder of smartGEN™ – Electric Vehicle Charging Station – with its own renewable energy generation and battery storage system.
William Pagnon is founder of Freelancer Robotics and has background in robotics and automation.
He holds double Masters Degree (Master of Robotics and Automation and Master of Mechatronics)
As an experienced and qualified engineer his skills set covers Robotics & Automation, Electronics, Mechanics, Control & Filteration, Information Technology and Artificial Intelligence.