NodesNow is a team of meeting engineers with collaboration in our DNA. We use R&D, technology, and common sense to simplify meetings.
Bringing people and information together in one communal space. Today, NodesNow helps teams around the world collaborate across locations and devices like they’re in the same room. All through one platform.
Meetings should improve the workday, rather than interrupt it. NodesNow allows end-to-end flow that integrates everything before, during and after meetings into one seamless ecosystem.
The issue is most meetings are inefficient and unproductive. Too long, too disruptive and disconnected. Too many projectors, platforms, and software updates, with a lack of clear goals. A lot of people would rather do away with meetings.
We redesigned them.
We created NodesNow to make meetings easier, more productive and more enjoyable for other humans.
Sir George has extensive experience in large, multi-industry business operating in global markets and has had a long career in engineering and innovation. Sir George has held previous roles of Chairman and CEO at 3M Company, a US-based global technology company and Dow Jones 30 component, Chairman and CEO of Brunswick Corporation and Chief Technology Officer for appliances, motors and controls at Emerson Electric Company. Sir George also brings non-executive experience to the Board, having served as Non-executive Director at PepsiCo Inc. and Hitachi Limited, and as Chairman of Stanley Black & Decker, Inc.
Roger H. D. Lacey is former Chief Strategy Officer and Head of Global M&A with 72 transactions worth >$5B . In addition, Roger was a member of the Corporate Venture Capital Board for internal and external new venture investments. He is currently the Vice Chairman of Communications Systems, Inc. JCS (Nasdaq ) and presently Interim CEO. A Board Member of Johnsonville Sausage Corp, a leading US food company, Member of the Board of Governors for Opus Business School, University of St.Thomas, Visiting Professor of Strategy and Corporate Development, Huddersfield University and a founding member of the Innovation Lab at MIT.
Daniel is a serial entrepreneur. He started his career in the Digital-out-of-Home sector with operations and award-winning installations in Munich, Las Vegas, Dubai, Shanghai, Taipei and Hong Kong. He achieved his first exit in 2009 by selling a share of his entity to 3M, forming a global Brand called 3M-GTG serving customers with its digital products in Broadcast, Digital-out-of-Home and corporate signing and collaboration systems. Next to his activities in the IT sector, Daniel is a founding member of Polynest – a company in the Bioplastic sector, and STB – a soccer academy based in Thailand.