Prior to founding Appazur, Trevor worked in technical and management capacities for some of British Columbia's largest software companies including Absolute Software (Lojack for Laptops), Counterpath (X-Lite), and Intrinsyc Software. He's worked on major IT projects such as the $1B BC Hydro Smart Meter program and the Singapore Power smart meter project in Melbourne.
Trevor has a Computer Engineering degree from the University of British Columbia, and an MBA from EDHEC Business School in France.
Before the iPhone era, he wrote parts of Nokia's Symbian operating system for smartphones, led a Windows Mobile app development team, and designed a data collection system using Epson handheld computers.
He served for 2 years as Program Co-Director for Shad Valley UBC, an entrepreneurship and engineering summer program for exceptional high school students from across Canada. He was responsible for business instruction, team coaching, and running a business plan competition.