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Paul Oggelsby

Managing DIrector


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Paul Oggelsby

Under Paul’s leadership, Riverlite has gone from start up in 2008 to become a leader in delivering high quality IT Managed Services to the SME Marketplace. Around 70 UK SME’s trust the business to host, manage, secure and support the IT services and customer combined revenues total near £1b.

Paul’s early career was in delivering IT services for large corporates and then founding Riverlite to apply the experience from big business to SME’s. Paul’s central belief is in delivering a first-class customer experience and has built a team, processes and systems to deliver that operational excellence.

In 2014 Paul completed the Business Growth Programme at Cranfield Business School, a renowned business acceleration programme which helped Paul fast-track Riverlite’s growth fortunes. In 2016 Santander nominated Paul as a Cambridge entrepreneur to watch and funded the Senior Management Team to attend The Cambridge Universities Judge Business School, SME Growth Challenge Programme. In early 2017 Riverlite was a finalist in the ‘fast growth’ category in the Cambridge Business Awards.

Paul is an extremely motivated and driven leader, dedicated to improvement, achieving goals and ultimately having great fun with likeminded professionals.

Paul works with business owners to:

  • develop a vision, plan and growth strategy
  • implement a management system to achieve it
  • surround themselves with the right people
  • solve problems and hold people to account on their agreed goals
  • implement the right processes, systems and management data


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