Eachmile Technologies is a collection of passionate people driven by an awareness that agriculture supply chains are at the core of some of the world's most pressing challenges.
Many of the social, financial and environmental problems we are facing as a global society can be traced back to the complex, and sometimes corrupt, systems that have evolved to bring us our food. At Eachmile our mission is to use technology to transform global supply chains to be more sustainable, responsible and profitable. We exist as a for-profit entity, but our goal will never be profit alone. The basis for our business is using market forces and increased transparency to drive up quality and change behaviors for good.
The challenges of today’s supply chains cannot be solved by technology alone, but require a deep understanding of the social and financial issues that govern the motivations of various stakeholders. At Eachmile we have assembled a team of experts within various disciplines, each with decades of experience in their given field, so we can understand the mechanisms that drive change and unlock value.
Alistair Douglas, PhD
Alistair has been involved in the seafood industry as a researcher, trader, and auditor for almost 20 years. He established importing companies in Japan and the United Kingdom to import and sell tuna at auctions throughout Japan, as well as direct to traders, retailers and restaurants in both countries. In 2010, he began exporting seafood from his Japanese company to a Singaporean based JV he formed with a logistics firm to handle, process, and sell more than 500 types of frozen, chilled and live seafood from over 15 countries. In these companies Alistair has applied his research including the world’s first digital grading and sensory analytical profiling of sashimi grade tuna, and a fillet level traceability system that, in-conjunction with Australia’s CSIRO, demonstrated that DNA traceability from an individual fish down to a piece of sushi through the supply chain is possible. See Alistair's LinkedIn.
Jayson Berryhill, MBA
Jayson has more than 10 years experience in digital innovation. He has worked on projects with top organizations such as Unilever, Facebook, the US State Department and the GSMA. Prior to developing solutions for the seafood supply chain, Jayson worked for one of the largest mobile network operators in Southeast Asia. He also previously served as Head of Marketing for a Swiss based mobile game payments company with more than $50 million in annual revenue and distribution in almost 60 countries worldwide. In that role he led teams across 4 continents and developed the product strategy for a social game platform that gained more than 2 million downloads within the initial months of launch. Jayson has an MBA from Indiana University. See Jayson's LinkedIn.
Alastair Smart, MSc
With over 20 years of experience in the aquaculture industry Alastair is recognized internationally for his breakthrough achievements in salmon harvesting and processing and product quality management. He was also the manager of a tuna research farm, a blue mussel grower and founding President of the South Australian Mussel Growers Association, and has helped advise numerous aquaculture companies and investors spread globally in location and species. During this time he has also been deeply involved in nutrition and diet development, environmental monitoring, health management, processing, logistics and product quality in species as diverse as crocodiles, yellowtail kingfish, barramundi, Atlantic salmon, and tuna. In his spare time he is one of the owners of global mountain bike destination concept Over the Edge, purveyors of awesome mtb experiences around the globe. See Al's LinkedIn.
Corey Peet, MSc
Corey is an expert in sustainable seafood having worked on multiple aspects of seafood supply chains including defining certification standards, designing sustainability improvement programs, and working directly with buyers to overcome challenges in fisheries and aquaculture. He has previously worked with Seafood Watch, the leading seafood sustainability rating system in the US, assessing sustainable aquaculture operations around the world for the species imported into the US and Canada, as well as for World Wildlife Fund developing standards within aquaculture. Corey also developed shrimp standards in Thailand, Vietnam, and Ecuador for the Aquaculture Stewardship Council (ASC) and he is currently leading the development of the South East Asian Shrimp Aquaculture Improvement Protocol as well as a Fishery Improvement Project within the Asian Seafood Improvement Collaborative. See Corey's LinkedIn.
Mark developed solutions and leads programs with Unilever and Microsoft, MasterCard, ARM, GSMA, Facebook, the Banking Environment Initiative and the United Nations. Mark is also a Member of the Board of Directors of the Sustainable Oceans Alliance Founded at Georgetown University. Before Unilever Mark was CEO of start-up Tone, who led the mFish Initiative in partnership with the U.S. State Department and the GSMA. The mFish Initiative is a public-private partnership that aims to make fishing more sustainable and improve the lives of fishermen and their communities by developing practical solutions that use the power of commercially viable mobile technology. Mark has implemented mobile marketing platforms reaching over 30 countries with brands like Coca-Cola, P&G, ESPN, Nike Jordan and PayPal. Mark’s work has been recognized by the MMA Smarties, One Show, D&AD, Hollywood A-List and Cannes Lions. Mark has a BA from the Boston University College of Communications. See Mark's LinkedIn.
Gil Sylvia, PhD
Marine Resource Economist
Allistair Brown, BSc
Duncan Leadbitter, MSc
Seafood Sustainability Expert
Sam Bowman, BSc
President - Heavenly Foods Canada
Aquaculture Technology Expert
Supply Chain Automation Expert