Terrie Lloyd (テリー・ロイド)
CEO, Japan Inc Communications KK
Writer of Terries Take
Terrie Lloyd is a 59-year dual-national of Australia and New Zealand, who has lived in Japan for 34 years. A "self-made man" in the truest sense, he formed his first company while in Japan on a working holiday visa at the age of 25. Since then, he has established another 17 companies of his own in Japan, 2 overseas, and many others for clients. He has had 7 successful earn-outs: LINC Computer and Techman (HK) sold to EDS in 1995, the Web division of LINC Media sold to Chinadotcom in 1999, Layer-8 Technologies spun out to ThetaMusic in 2003, DaiJob Software sold to Nikko Principal in 2004, DaiJob Inc. sold to Human Holdings in 2005, Esphion Ltd., sold to Allot of Israel in 2007, and BiOS sold (on the behalf of shareholders) to TMJ of Japan in 2013.