Jeremy's started his carrier as an IT consultant working in London, designing, implementing and managing IT projects and systems for a wide range of customer including Saatchi & Saatchi, Investec, Morgan Stanley. In 2003 he left to from his own IT outsourcing firm Conosco. This has grown to serve 120 clients and some 4000 users with offices in London, South Africa and Australia.
Since 2009 Jeremy has been combining his work at Conosco with renewing his links to Cambridge and focusing his attentions on the property sector. In this period, he has developed a new state-of-the-art fertility centre in partnership with Cambridge University Hospitals. He is currently involved in the strategic land promotion for Cambridge as a centre of excellence for research and development worldwide.
Jeremy's family has had a long association with the Evelyn as a nursing home and hospital, most of whom had at sometime been beneficiary of the excellent care and beautiful surroundings. His father has for many years been a trustee and was involved in the decision to sell the hospital and the move to becoming a charity supporting local medical research and healthcare. He has been a trustee since 2009 and sees the work of charity as being a big way of contributing to the ongoing success of Cambridge and the Evelyn name.