Areas of expertise:

  • Strategy and innovation
  • Business sustainability and growth
  • Executive coaching and consulting
Liberty IT Consulting Group Project Management Project Office and Delivery Business Analysts

Craig Saphin is a seasoned executive with over 28 years’ consulting experience in Asia Pacific operations. He has experience as a CEO, general manager, and executive and non executive director. Craig also has experience with board oversight and full P&L experience for public, private, and not-for-profit organisations.

His highly developed skill set and experience includes strategy development and execution for growing businesses and turn around for troubled entities.

Craig’s leadership philosophy is grounded in investment in the right people, talent development, and empowerment.

What Craig brings to Liberty IT Consulting Group

Craig is instrumental in driving business acquisition and post-merger integration projects. He has managed start-up companies in Korea, Singapore, China, and India.

Cross-culturally he has formed and lead diverse leadership teams across most of Asia, Japan, China and Australia.

Craig is a Certified Executive Coach and has an Executive MBA from AGSM in Sydney.

Key achievements

Previously, Craig was executive director with the technology and HR services company, en Japan Inc., which is a publicly listed company in Tokyo. He also held the role of CEO at en world where he led the growth strategy of the recruitment company from 100 members in Japan to 800 members across seven countries across Asia and Australia in five years.

Before this, he worked in executive roles leading diverse teams in Australia, China, Japan, and elsewhere in Asia for the US technology company, EFI Inc. and a Japanese company, Fuji Xerox.

Currently, as a non-executive director, Craig holds a position on the board of Ignite Limited (ASX:IGN).

Favourite Quote

“Have a go, find your limit.”

-Craig Saphin

Liberty IT Consulting Group
ABN: 83 614 846 098


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