“Rarely in life are you presented with a vision of something that really will change the way people connect with music and in so doing enhance their lives considerably.
From the very first second of hearing the dream of LifeScore I could see the reality, I cannot put into words what the opportunity is with LifeScore and how it will truly be the creator of new realities, perhaps I need LifeScore to put my excitement to music! I am committed to do what I can to help Philip and the team bring the dream of LifeScore to the hearts, minds and ears of a new global audience.”
- Carl Dalby
Chief Business Development Officer
Carl is the CEO of Istimor, a UK based advisory and consulting firm, Senior Partner at Brexit Partners, a specialist Brexit strategy and execution advisory organization, and Co-founder of Tandem Bank.
Carl is an advisor and Non-Executive Board Member of machineOS, a world leading Artificial Intelligence/Machine Learning platform provider, and a member of the UK Government All-Party Parliamentary Group on Artificial Intelligence.
Carl co-founded the third internet service provider in the UK in the mid 90’s and also one of the world’s first e-commerce providers where is company developed the first online stores/content for MGM (including the first official online content for the James Bond franchise) and collaborated with various music labels.
He has always been fortunate to be at the leading edge of new technology and this has manifested itself with leadership roles in various consultancies. Throughout his consulting career he has advised and worked in nearly every business market including, media, banking, manufacturing and public sector in organizations across the globe.
He was integral to the development of a project management consultancy from a 20 person team to over 500 leading to its trade sale in 2014. With over 30 years in the professional services sector Carl has built an enviable trusted network across many markets and geographies.
His current business is to partner with the best consultancies and technology firms to help them connect their solutions to the problems facing organizations globally. For over 20 years he has been an active member and patron of the British Film Institute.