Chairman and President
Mr. Alexander Ellinson is co- founder of Voiceserve Inc. He has been involved in telecommunications since 1994. Having completed his studies in the summer of 1989, Mr. Ellinson became the senior Manager at “Le Galerie Versailles Antique Auctioneers” in Belgium. Mr. Ellinson’s corporate telecommunication experience was gained after he became an independent marketing agent for a European telecom provider. He achieved major contracts with blue chip companies in both Holland and Germany. In 1996 Mr. Ellinson relocated from Europe to the United Kingdom where he became involved with the corporate infrastructure of “Ambro International”. In March 2002, Mr. Ellinson co-founded “Voiceserve Limited” with the goal of developing VoIP technology and offering a complete solution to end-users.
Director and CEO
Mr. Michael Bibelman is co-founder of Voiceserve Inc. He has been involved in telecommunication since 1994. Having completed his studies in the summer of 1994, Mr. Bibelman acquired his marketing telecommunication skills after becoming an independent reseller for calling cards companies. Mr. Bibelman achieved contracts with Belgium and United Kingdom calling card distributors. In 1996, he joined “Ambro International” bringing with his amassed calling card experience and introduced to the United Kingdom and Scotland telecommunication market the famous “Big Talk” calling cards. In March 2002, Mr. Bibelman co-founded “Voiceserve Limited” with the goal of developing VoIP technology and offering a complete solution to end-users.
Director and CTO
Mr. Oglaza is director of “Voiceserve Ltd.”. Having completed his engineering degree in Information Technology, Mr Oglaza continued to secure a Master in Technology in 2000 and later a doctorate degree in Economics. During his studies for his master’s degree, he became a partner in “Intermic S.C.” a local internet provider in Poland. In 2002 “Intermik” was incorporated by “Netia Holding” the largest Polish private telecom company.
Director of Development
Mr. Kozlowski is director of development. After acquiring an engineering degree in Information Technology rom the technical university of Opole, Poland. In 2000, Mr Kozlowski continued to secure a master’s degree in technology in the University of Wroclaw, Poland. During his studies for his master’s degree, he became a partner in “Intermic S.C” a local internet provider. In 2002, “Intermik” was incorporated by “Netia Holding”, Polish private telecom company. Mr. Kozlowski is responsible for development of various modules and their integration with the main architecture of the VoipSwitch systems.
Michael Taylor was called to the English Bar in 1986. Between 1990 and 1993 Michael held a number of high level positions at Mercury Communications, the UK’s first operator licensed to compete with BT. Following Mercury, Michael became Legal and Regulatory Director of ACC Long Distance Limited. Other appointments include being Deputy General Counsel of the global satellite operator ICO Global Communications and General Counsel of Firstmark a pan European operator providing broadband wireless services and backbone fibre connectivity. In 2005 Michael was elected as a Council Member of the UK Internet Telephony Service Providers Association (ITSPA). Michael also runs his own consultancy providing legal and regulatory services to the TMT sector.
Secretary and Accountant
Andrew qualified as a Chartered Accountant in England and Wales in 1995 and became a fellow member of the ICAEW in 2005. In 2000 Andrew obtained an MBA at Henley Management College. Following an accountancy training contract with Stoy Hayward Andrew has held a number of senior commercial posts including between 1998 and 2001 Andrew was finance director for Maintel a telecoms group, now an AIM listed company; and between 2002 and 2003 Andrew was finance director for Huntress a recruitment group, now owned by Nomura. In 2002 Andrew established Wisteria an accountancy practice. The practice specialises in technology and growth businesses. Andrew currently sits on the board of a number of technology and media clients as non-executive director. These include Activinstinct Ltd, Cyber-Duck Ltd and Pinkunlimited.co.uk Ltd. In 2005 Andrew was appointed Company Secretary and accountant for Voiceserve Ltd, and in this role Andrew has been involved in governance, accounting and financial matters of the company during this growth phase.