Nature aware

About Us

A greener, safer, sustainable world

Greentech is a collective of diverse professionals driven by the urgent need for impactful, environmental change. We know that new technology is a key factor in tackling the global environmental problems we face, and are prepared for the difficulties when introducing disruptive solutions to the market. We know that these solutions alongside the willingness to fix our environment are the tools needed in safeguarding our world for future generations.

As entrepreneurs with backgrounds and strengths in a varying professions and departments, Greentech runs by innovative, open-minded ideas and the sharing of information. Due to the ever-changing state of the global environment, we excel in pivoting to match current global and economic shifts as well as maneuvering the challenges that arise when bringing innovative ideas to the market.

Meet Our Team

Founder & ceo

Nick Yeatman

Nick started Greentech in 2017 with a conviction that something had to be done about the environmental problems facing the world. With over 30 years’ experience in fast-paced industries, he has built a reputation for delivering growth, proving that businesses can thrive by adopting sustainable commercial practices. He has a passion for business development and has wide-ranging expertise in providing strategic direction and business growth year-on-year. Having a positive impact through business has been his most rewarding achievement to date and now his driver.

Board Advisor

Andy Taylor

Andy is an experienced corporate executive with over 25 years in senior finance roles (Balfour Beatty, GE Capital, Westfield Group, and KPMG). With qualifications as a chartered accountant, a law degree and an MBA, he mentors Greentech’s portfolio clients on market entry strategy, project delivery and business management. Andy also plays an active role in marketing our client innovations to our network of multi-national companies.

Non-Executive Director

Charmaine Hogan

Charmaine has a wealth of experience and knowledge in international regulatory and public affairs, particularly in EU affairs.

Over the last 20 years, Charmaine has worked extensively across both the political and business spectrum. She deals and engages with diverse stakeholders across markets on key issues, mainly in the digital environment and upcoming legislation and policy. Charmaine’s extensive experience on EU policy and legislation, having worked within the ambit of the EU Institutions, will help to advise and support Greentech’s ambition to drive sustainable approaches. Charmaine holds a Master of Arts degree in EU Law from King’s College London and a Master of Arts degree in International Relations from the University of Malta. She spent many years of her career based in Brussels, Belgium. Currently residing in the UK, when not navigating regulatory landscapes, Charmaine can be found cycling or running in the countryside.

Non-Executive Director

Nicolas Petrovic

After having worked in Taiwan for Compagnie Générale des Eaux (CGE) and held various managerial positions for SNCF, Nicolas Petrovic joined Eurostar in 2003 as Director of Customer Services. He was also appointed Managing Director of Eurostar International Ltd. in London in 2010.
Nicolas graduated from the Paris Business School (ESCP) and holds an MBA from the European Institute of Business Administration (INSEAD).
On March 1, 2018, he was appointed Chairman of the Siemens France Group, then Chairman of Siemens France – Belgium on April 1, 2019.

Non-Executive Director

Jean-Paul Preston

John-Paul is a seasoned private equity practitioner, having negotiated over 100 deals as Investment Manager and General Counsel at LDC, the UK’s leading mid-market private equity fund. John-Paul was also responsible for LDC’s corporate social venture, and its collaboration with Big Issue Invest which led to publication of the UK’s first “Social Impact Report” on Private Equity.Prior to LDC, John-Paul worked as Legal Counsel for Coutts & Co, having joined Coutts following a secondment from magic circle law firm: Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer. John-Paul is co-founder of the Village Nursery Group, which owns children’s nurseries in Marylebone and Hyde Park, sits on the advisory board of E2Exchange, and provides advice and mentorship to a number of commercial and not-for-profit enterprises. John-Paul is currently COO at Gresham House.
Non-Executive Director

Ben Tolhurst

Ben has over 25 years’ experience in the outsourcing industry (Andersen, BT, Serco, Capita, JLL). He has held a number of senior roles in strategy, business development, organisational design & change and IT transformation, as well as managing director roles for large outsource contracts and business divisions. During this time he has worked in a range of sectors including government, energy and utilities, retail, telco and commercial real estate. He is passionate about supporting individuals and businesses to understand the impact of climate change on our lives and how to take action to help create a more sustainable future.