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Board of Directors Management

Thomas Northcott
Managing Director

Thomas has over 14 years experience within the mining sector spanning business development and corporate advisory, M&A, capital raising and includes the practical delivery of greenfield exploration and mining project approvals.

He is currently the Managing Director of Vecco Group, Non-Executive Director of AusVan Battery Metals and Advisory Board member for a family office.

His experience includes:

  • General Counsel for Jellinbah Group (14mt steel coal miner)
  • Co-founder & Director of FuelCorp (sold in 2018)
  • Director & a founding shareholder of Roubler (sold to MYOB in 2020).

He has taken a lead role in small and large resource companies and large Government infrastructure projects. Thomas’s insight regarding all aspects of company development from exploration to project feasibility assessment and development is well established.

Greg Spurgin

Greg is an experienced director and entrepreneur within the medical, resources and HR industries with particular experience in growth strategy and marketing.

In 2004 he co-founded Results Physiotherapy based in Nashville, Tennessee which operates 150 clinics across 10 states throughout the USA, including Tennessee, Alabama, Georgia, Kentucky, Mississippi and North Carolina. In 2014 the company partnered with Chicago PE firm Sterling Partners.

Greg now sits as a member of the board of directors of Results Physiotherapy and since returning to Australia has invested in a number of companies in diverse portfolios including healthcare, HR, IT and the resources industry.

Gareth Bramston
Environmental Scientist | BSc (Hons)

Gareth’s is principal of AARC and his background includes over thirteen years environmental management experience in the mining industry. He has project managed a number of major mining projects in Queensland, from the early planning phase through to construction and development. Gareth has successfully delivered environmental approvals at all levels. His particular strengths include government liaison throughout a project’s approval phases, and ongoing support and practical advice for operational mine sites.