Dr Toby Basey-Fisher
Toby is responsible for delivering on Entia’s vision and ensuring that the company remains true to its purpose.
He holds a PhD in Biomedical Physics, is an honorary lecturer at Imperial College London, and sits on the Executive Board of the British IVD Association.
Toby's greatest interests include physics, architecture, renovation projects and a number of philanthropic and commercial ventures he is involved in across the life science and medical technology sector.
Dr Chris Burrows
Chris is responsible for technical research and development at Entia.
He holds a PhD in medical robotics from Imperial College London and is a highly respected engineer with experience in a number of tech startups.
Chris plays a number of handball sports and is involved in multiple projects to make healthcare accessible through sport. He also spends his free time trying to reclaim the sofa space from his giant cat.
Caroline is responsible for Entia's financial strategy. She also leads other business support functions, including People and Office support.
A Chartered Accountant with over 25 years of experience, her career has covered multiple global markets with a focus on healthcare over the past 15 years. Amongst her roles, she was the CFO for Centene UK, the largest provider of government sponsored healthcare in the US.
Caroline is a keen club runner and is this year taking on the Transbaie, a race across the Somme estuary when the tide is out. To relax she enjoys watching films and visiting cities around Europe with her daughters.
James is responsible for chairing the board and the governance of Entia. He advises Toby and his team on the strategic direction of the business.
Working within healthcare for nearly 20 years, James has been CEO/Chairman for multiple healthcare device and product companies as well as for companies within the healthcare services.
James is a keen swimmer and cyclist, swimming 5 times a week at least. He spends the majority of his free time outdoors and is an avid Manchester Utd fan.
John Robinson CBE
John supports Entia’s management team on its strategy whilst ensuring that the company fulfils its ethical, financial and legal responsibilities.
With 40 years of experience as CEO or Chair of 12 companies (including multiple FTSE 100 companies), John is most proud of taking Smith&Nephew from a mid-sized UK based company to being Europe's largest medical device business.
John devotes much of his time to charity, including being Chair of MHA, the largest charity for residential care of older people. He is also a Trustee of Livability, a charity that provides care services for people with learning and physical difficulties.