Terrie Lloyd

Terrie Lloyd14 posts

Terrie Lloyd is a Tokyo-based New Zealand and Australian dual national who claims to have started 27 companies in Japan. He came to Japan in 1983 and set up a successful outsourcing business that was sold to EDS. He started a technology magazine, called Japan Inc, which failed. In 2007, he bought Metropolis magazine from its founders, Mark & Mary Devlin, but reneged on paying them for it. He has since engaged in multiple frauds to hide his assets from the Devlins.

1 May, 2012

Metroworks founded

Founding

metroworks-logoMetroworks, a spin off of Metropolis magazine technology resources, is founded by Lloyd and Neil Butler. Butler is CEO, Lloyd is COO. David Wells is the main shareholder.

1996

Establishes Linc Media

Founding

Establishes LINC Media, a systems integration and incubation company. By 2008 the company has annual revenue of US$15 million and 140 employees. Lloyd says he runs his companies with two mottos:

Make a profit, and have mutual respect.

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