Tim Ebbeck

SyndicateGuest Chair

Best advice ever received:

When the best leader's work is done, the people say, 'we did it ourselves'

Chair Since:


Current Executive / Board positions:

Non-Executive Director, ASX Nvoi Limited

Non-Executive Director/Trustee, Museum of Applied Arts and Sciences

Executive Director, Techfront Australia Pty Ltd

Principal, Ebbeck TIG Consulting


Fellow, CPA Australia

Fellow, Australian Institute of Management

Member, Australian Institute of Company Directors

Member, Australian Computer Society




Tim is a Chairman, Non-Executive Director, Board Advisor, Committee Chair, CEO and CFO with extensive experience across Technology, Media, Sport, Consulting and Finance industries. 

His Board roles include Director of CPA Australia, Trustee of the NSW Museum of Applied Arts and Sciences, Director of Nvoi Limited (ASX), Member of Innovation Taskforce and Sustainable Growth Taskforce at the Business Council of Australia, Board advisor to My Wave Limited, Non-Executive Chairman for Insite Organisation Pty Ltd and Non-Executive Director for SkynetGlobal Limited (ASX).  

Tim has extensive executive experience as CEO of Oracle Australia New Zealand, Chief Commercial Officer of NBN Co and CEO of SAP Australia New Zealand. Tim lead the first strategic review of the NBN in 2013. He is a former CFO, and Investment Director in the venture capital industry. 

He has leveraged his strong commercial, financial and sporting background to innovate, transform and grow businesses, build and close large commercial transactions, develop talent, and develop and successfully implement strategic business changes. 

Tim completed Insead’s mini-MBA, is a Fellow of CPA Australia and the Australian Institute of Management, and a Member of the Australian Institute of Company Directors. He received a life time achievement award from the Australian Computer Society and the President’s Award from CPA Australia.  

Tim is a former representative wicket-keeper and has a genuine focus on team work and helping people realise their potential.