Blockchain startup, Humaniq, announced on Monday it has appointed Former winner of BBC’s The Apprentice, Tim Campbell, has been appointed as a new member of its board. According to Humaniq, Campbell will join Alex Fork, Dinis Guarda and Dmitry Kaminskiy on the board.
“Humaniq has the capacity to produce thousands of entrepreneurs in addition to numerous customers of tomorrow who are unbanked at the time of speaking. I have always insisted that business has the power to bring about social change and Humaniq’s model of bringing financial instruments and education to the over two billion unbanked people around the world is the manifestation.”
Humaniq CEO Dinis Guarda added:
“We welcome Tim and his captivating zeal and enthusiasm. Tim is a force of nature and he will be essential to assist us in developing the global DNA of Humaniq organisation. He will be alongside our executive team working close to set a mark in under developed and developing countries starting with Africa, with a special emphasis on Ghana. Also his knowledge in business and community building will be an asset for our dynamics.”
Campbell’s appointment to the board comes just after Humaniq achieved $4 million through its initial coin offering (ICO), which is set to close on April 27th.