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
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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
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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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