Paul is CEO EMEA of TouchCast, a New York-based company whose ground-breaking smart video technology is transforming communications in the enterprise and media space. TouchCast's clients include Accenture, Unilever, Pfizer, WPP and the BBC. TouchCast makes video smart by giving enterprise tools to create and stream video that are blissfully simple to use; the means for any file to travel inside video; the ability to collaborate with your team anywhere in the world. TouchCast’s suite of smart video applications makes communications more expressive, impressive, memorable and human. Paul is also an Operating Partner at bMuse, an adventurous incubator which nurtures and launches start ups that are highly disruptive in the media space. Paul is a director of Higgaboom, a boutique consultancy specialising in content and mobile strategies, and an angel investor. Among his investments is Amaliah, a platform for shopping modest fashion and discovering the voices of Muslim women, where he is also an Advisor. In these roles Paul draws on his experience working in the media for two decades. In a successful newspaper career that started on a local paper when he was still at school, Paul rose to be third in command at the Daily Mail where he regularly edited the paper, oversaw features and spearheaded its Weekend magazine before launching Mail Plus, a suite of highly interactive apps. Paul was a key member of the small team that launched Mail Online in 2006, now the world's biggest newspaper website. He was Editor In Chief of the Irish Daily Mail and Irish Mail on Sunday and Executive Editor of The Mail on Sunday, and spent two years in New York as the youngest ever Editor In Chief of the National Enquirer. Paul is proud to serve on the board of Free Word, the international organisation promoting freedom of expression, literature and literacy. Paul divides his time between London, New York and the beautiful Suffolk coast in England, which is home not only to his artist wife and three young daughters but his ever-expanding vinyl record collection… 4,000 LPs and counting!