Andrew Gomarsall MBE
Executive Chairman, N2S
Andy is Chairman of N2S, an IT services & Biotechnology company started in 2002 by his father Jack. Andy’s role sees him lead the overall strategy & channel partnerships & chair the board of investors. His vision & mission is to close the loop and enable a circular economy for the manufacture of technology using only recycled metals. Andy has become a passionate environmentalist & sustainability leader. Inspired by the UN SDG’s & Net Zero 2050, he has been lobbying the tech sector to become a green force for good in the quest for decarbonising the UK. Andy is a Rugby World Cup winner in 2003 & 2007 RWC finalist, playing for 7 premiership clubs spanning 17 years. He was awarded an MBE for services to Rugby in 2004 for his part in winning the world cup in 2003. & in 2019, became a world record holder with his charity, the School of Hard Knocks, for the longest ever rugby match, 30 hours! Andy is a patron to ‘The School of Hard Knocks’ (SOHK) charity featured on sky sports, an ambassador to The Wooden Spoon, & with his work in technology, trustee to Phones for Patients & Digital Poverty charities.