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Own The Future

An entrepreneurial operations partner for organisations seeking to develop new products, services and growth strategies.

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Trimantium GrowthOps is working with companies to create new products and services, and help them grow.

Our aim is to help organisations maximise their long-term value and impact, through growth-focused and technology-driven solutions. Our clients don’t want to wait months and years to see a product come to life. They want a partner who shares their sense of urgency. They also don’t want siloed advice. GrowthOps offers a single point of contact and accountability, and our incentives are better aligned with our clients. We’re here to change the game. To tackle seemingly impossible problems. To help our clients grow and own the future.

New products, services and growth strategies.

GrowthOps helps clients across Australia and the Asia Pacific to conceive, develop, and execute their technology-enabled growth initiatives.

Locations

  • Sydney
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  • Hong Kong
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  • Melbourne
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  • Brisbane
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  • Singapore
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  • Sydney
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  • Hong Kong
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  • Melbourne
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  • Brisbane
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  • Singapore
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Our Board and Management

We are a group of entrepreneurs who have come together to change the game, to help our clients reimagine how they create new products and services, and how they grow.

  • Dominique Fisher

    Non-Executive Chairman

    Dominique Fisher is the Non-Executive Chair of the Board of Directors of GrowthOps. She is also currently a Non-Executive Director of Australia Post, Chair of the Victorian Government Innovation Expert Panel, and co-founder, Executive Chair and Chief Executive Officer of Paddl Co, an online platform connecting industry-leading companies with the next generation of talent through value-added professional experiences. Dominique was previously Chair of Circadian Technologies Limited (now Opthea Limited ASX: OPT), a Non-Executive Director of LaunchVic, a Non-Executive Director of Pacific Brands Limited, and a Non-Executive Director of Insurance Australia Group. Dominique holds a Bachelor of Arts (Hons) from the University of Sydney.

  • Paul Mansfield

    Executive Director

    Paul Mansfield is an Executive Director of GrowthOps. He is also co-founder and Board member at Skedulo, a scheduling SaaS product business. Paul has founded and exited multiple tech companies, including Weblinc (which sold to Cloud Sherpas in 2012) and as a foundation shareholder in Cloud Sherpas (which sold to Accenture in 2015) where he served as Asia Pacific Managing Director from 2012 to 2015. He was part of the executive team that listed QM Technologies on the ASX in late 2005 (which sold to Computershare in 2008). Paul holds a Bachelor of Commerce from the University of Wollongong.

  • Phillip Kingston

    Managing Director

    Phillip Kingston is the founder and Managing Director of GrowthOps. He is also the founder and Managing Director of the diversified investment firm Trimantium Capital and co-founder and Managing Director of global pension operator, Sargon Capital. Phillip founded the Henley Club, and was a Director of the New Palm Court Orchestra, the Centre for Sustainability Leadership and LaunchVic, the Victorian Government’s organisation charged with building the state’s entrepreneurial and startup ecosystem. Phillip holds a Bachelor of Science in Mathematics and Statistics and a Bachelor of Commerce from the University of Melbourne, and is a member of the Australian Institute of Company Directors.

  • Melissa Field

    Non-Executive Director

    Melissa Field is a Non-Executive Director of GrowthOps and Chair of the Audit and Risk Committee. She is also a Director and Chair of the Finance and Risk Management Committee of Mind Australia Ltd, and an independent member of the Surf Coast Shire Audit and Risk Committee. Melissa was an Executive Director with EY’s Strategic Growth Markets practice where she assisted early-stage, high-growth businesses and mid-cap public companies in becoming next-generation market leaders. She has also served as a Director of Trimantium Capital and as a Director and Chair of the Centre for Sustainability Leadership. Melissa holds a Bachelor of Commerce from Melbourne University, an MBA from Melbourne Business School, and is a member of the Institute of Chartered Accountants in Australia and New Zealand and the Australian Institute of Company Directors.

  • Dustine Pang

    Chief Financial Officer

    Dustine Pang is Chief Financial Officer of GrowthOps. He was previously the Deputy Chief Executive Officer and Chief Financial Officer at eChoice Limited (formerly ASX:ECO), a FinTech business providing home loan advice to over 50,000 Australians. Working across the UK, Asia and Australia, he has held CFO and senior finance roles at AIMS Financial Group, Merrill Lynch HSBC, BNP Paribas Equities Group, and Jardine Fleming Ord Minnett (now J.P. Morgan). Dustine helped start Onceonline, and was one of the founding shareholders of DirectMoney. Dustine is a Fellow of the Institute of Chartered Accountants in England and Wales, and a member of the Institute of Chartered Accountants in Australia and New Zealand.

  • Kait McCann

    Head of Investor Relations

    Kait McCann is the Head of Investor Relations at GrowthOps. She previously worked in investment banking at J.P. Morgan in New York across a number of roles in leveraged finance, high yield capital markets and the M&A shareholder activism defence practice. Kait also worked at Space Exploration Technologies Corp. (SpaceX) in Hawthorne, California as a proposal editor focused on business development for the Mission and Launch Operations team. Kait has a Bachelor of Science degree in Finance and Marketing from Boston College.

News

Nov 2017

Trimantium set for $70m ASX debut

One of the largest Australian tech IPOs of the year is set to go live this morning with Trimantium GrowthOps landing on the ASX as part of a $70 million offering.

The move will result in the company being valued between $142 million and $166m.

Managing director and founder Phillip Kingston told The Australian almost all new markets and new opportunities are seized by ­either entrepreneurs going hard at a single problem — or a corporate pivot — and his entrepreneurial operations firm is focused on the latter.

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Nov 2017

Trimantium GrowthOps is headed for the ASX

Entrepreneurial operations partner – Trimantium GrowthOps – is headed for the ASX as part of a $70 million IPO valuing the company at between $142 million and $166 million. The company is pursuing the rapidly evolving and fast-growing business transformation services market.

 

Nov 2017

New operations firm goes for growth

Trimantium GrowthOps is shaking up the technology-enabled growth services industry, giving organisations a new way to achieve quantifiable revenue and market share growth.

GrowthOps, the brainchild of founder and managing director Phillip Kingston, is billed as an entrepreneurial operations partner for organisations seeking to develop new products, services and growth strategies.

Mr Kingston told The Australian GrowthOps was doing some particularly exciting work with two of the three largest insurance companies in Asia, in addition to one of the world’s largest consumer brands.

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Oct 2017

Today’s outsiders are tomorrow’s competition

Consumers are more global, mobile and connected today than ever before resulting in run-away expectations of products and services. This changes the nature of consumer demand and creates the space for global insurgents with superior solutions to enter local markets and for imitators to spin up local versions of global leaders.

Board rooms at retail groups, banks, super funds, asset managers and media institutions are not worried they are going to be eaten by one of their historic competitors but rather by an outsider whose motives, playbook and investment horizon they do not fully understand.

So where does this leave boards and CEOs?

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