Giles David Lucas

Harvest Technology plc has named Giles David Lucas as Chief Business Development Officer. His appointment came into effect on 30th January 2023.

Based in Malta, and reporting to Harvest Technology CEO Peter Ekmark, Mr Lucas will have a critical role in scaling the company and its subsidiaries’ business activity, both on a local and international scale.

He possesses over 18 years of experience in a number of managerial and executive possessions within the iGaming, telecommunications, and financial services industries across Europe, the United States, and Asia.

Prior to joining Harvest Technology, he was working as a Consultant on a freelance basis, advising businesses on growth strategy and organisational design. Additionally, he also held senior positions at Yolo Investments and Kalamba Games, both based in Malta.

He holds a bachelor’s degree in Computing from Loughborough University, Leicestershire.

Mr Ekmark welcomed Mr Lucas to the company and wished him “the very best” in his new role.

Harvest Technology, which is made up by a diverse group of technology specialists and idealists, services a wide array of clients in banking, retail, gaming, and various other industries.

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Harvest Technology plc Chief Business Development Officer Giles David Lucas

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