Managing Director, XCL
Dig joined the British Army in 1984, serving for 10 years serving as a Combat and Amphibious Engineer in 5 Airbourne Brigade and across Germany. Dig’s passion has been leading expeditions whilst living and working with indigenous people in the Amazon, India, Uganda and Ethiopia and was made a fellow of the Royal Geographical Society. Dig was given a Rotary International Scholarship to study Lean manufacturing in Japan and holds a Rotary Fellowship.
In 1997 he founded XCL and now leads on strategic direction and business development. He has designed business transformation programmes in factories across the globe, and has extensive experience designing learning and development solutions within manufacturing. He has a post-graduate degree in sociology and psychology.