Andrew Stibbs, Chief Operating Officer
Mr Stibbs oversees corporate development and business execution at Satisfai and has over 30 years experience in project management, operations, and corporate finance in the technology and consumer products sectors. Mr. Stibbs focuses our business on the most promising addressable markets to ensure that we deliver solutions that solve clinically relevant problems and support the delivery of meaningful improvement in patient care and treatment outcomes.
In his role as a consultant, Andrew has provided various clients with project oversight including Kepis & Pobe Financial Group where she supports corporate governance and compliance activities as well as disruptive technology investment due diligence. Most recently, Andrew oversaw the development and deployment of a confidential online therapy service for Vancouver General Hospital which serves to complement in-patient clinical therapy at the hospital. Andrew also oversaw the development and launch of an online tool to support the management of the high profile Site C Dam public inquiry carried out by the British Columbia Utilities Commission.
Prior to joining Satisfai, Mr. Stibbs ran a multi-million dollar business unit of Lush Fresh Handmade Cosmetics, a multi-national consumer products company where he focused on planning and execution of digital strategy as well as rolling out company-wide programs such as an omni-channel gift card program. Mr. Stibbs has advised numerous companies in the technology and consumer products sectors in the areas of business development, marketing, and corporate development and has extensive experience with business planning and start-up development including corporate structure and finance.
At the beginning of his career, Mr. Stibbs was a Senior Management Consultant with Accenture in their Financial Services Practice for 10 years where he was involved in large systems integration projects in Canada and the US.
Mr. Stibbs earned his Bachelor of Commerce degree in marketing and finance from the University of British Columbia.