Hamish Jolly

A QUALIFIED chartered accountant with a bachelor of business majoring in both business law and accounting, Hamish Jolly is responsible for the management and growth of AeM Group, Western Australia’s largest management and IT consulting company. The company has offices in Perth and Sydney and a staff of 200. Mr Jolly also leads and manages AeM Group’s diversification and geographic expansion program. He founded the IT solutions division of AeM Group in 2001, and this division now contributes around half of the firm’s annual growth margin. At age 37, Mr Jolly was the youngest director of strategy and ventures at BankWest, responsible for group mergers, acquisitions, interventions and divestments as well as group strategic planning. His commercial experience is diverse and he has significant achievements in the international aid and development sector, managing projects for SAGRIC International, AusAid, World Bank and other other global development banks in the Asia Pacific region. He also co-founded start-up Internet consultancy business BizEPlanet during the early days of the technology boom. He successfully sold it to Xpedior Inc prior to listing on the Nasdaq. Mr Jolly’s flair as an entrepreneur and inventor has led to the launch of Dunbar Harper, his own company specialising in the commercialisation of technology and innovation. It has good global export prospects, Mr Jolly says, and was recently awarded a federal innovation grant. He prefers to ‘only do business with people and organisations that you like for themselves, admire for their talents or capabilities, and trust to the highest degree.”

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