Chris Hare
Chris Hare CMgr CCMI – CEO and Founder

Based in North Carolina, USA,  The nTeTe Group has supported a wide range of global businesses. Mr. Hare and his team focus on the mobile market, including global strategy, innovation management, funding, supply chain operations, IP licensing and business development.

Mr Hare is on the board of a number of businesses and associations. He is a partner in Thingovation an Internet of Things full service consulting company. He most recently was the CEO of a UK based Wireless Security IP company and Partner in MoveableCode a SoLoMo venture in the gaming/play arena.  Previously he was the Head of Technology Incubation and Head of Sourcing (PBUC) at Sony Ericsson with an annual component spend of $8.5B and has more than 25 years of global experience delivering wireless/mobile technology. Mr. Hare has started and led multiple wireless companies, received an IBM Innovation Award and is an advisor to, board member of, and investor in several mobile businesses.

He is a Companion and Chartered Manager of the Chartered Management Institute (UK), Member of the Advisory Committee of the Congressional Internet Caucus (US), Member of the IEEE (US), founding executive team member of the British American Business Council (Triangle Region NC) and Board member of NCTA (North Carolina Technology Association).

As a regular speaker/panel moderator at wireless industry and leadership events, Chris Hare, The nTeTe Group CEO and Founder is available for interview and event participation.


Scott Clagett

Scott Clagett – Program Director, Competitive Intelligence

Scott joined The nTeTe group as Program Director to provide clients strategic market and competitive intelligence globally.  He combines this with program and project management for a range of clients.

Scott has 20 years’ international experience within the telecommunication and SaaS industries leading competitive and market intelligence efforts.  Prior to nTeTe Group, Scott led the design and rollout of a global competitive intelligence function at HTC.   He also held senior roles at Sony Ericsson and Peopleclick to provide the leadership with deep dive global market and competitive analysis, define and address new business opportunities and deliver detailed product analysis and recommendations for key stakeholders.

Scott holds a bachelor’s degree in International Business from the University of Georgia.  He is a member of the Society for Competitive Intelligence Professionals (SCIP), the Triangle Product Marketing Association/Pragmatic Marketing and has previously been a member of the Board of Directors, University of Georgia National Alumni Association (1999 – 2004) and Regional Director, University of Georgia National Alumni Association (1998 – 2008)