Frank Meehan
 Co-founder & Partner of SparkLabs Group

Frank Meehan is a Co-founder at Equilibrium, which is a new data driven platform helping companies become carbon neutral. He is also a Co-Founder & Partner at SparkLabs Group.

Frank was the Co-Founder and former CEO at, a fast- growing micro-learning platform used by startups, business schools and corporates. SmartUp has been featured in “Best New Apps” by Apple UK and US in July and October 2015. Frank was selected as part of the 2012 Wired UK Top 100 in tech, and Vanity Fair's The Next Establishment list 2010.

Previously Frank was with Horizons Ventures (HK), representing them on the boards of Spotify, Siri, Summly, Affectiva, Bitcasa, Fixmo, DoubleTwist, Ginger, Desti and Magisto. While at Horizons, he led early investments in DeepMind (acquired by Google) and Siri (acquired by Apple). He also is the founder of Kuato Studios, a leading educational games studio, and INQ Mobile which was an early pioneer in mobile internet, winning Best Handset at Mobile World Congress 2009.

Frank started with Ericsson in 1994 as a coder and troubleshooter, lived in Singapore and HK, and then joined Hutchison Whampoa in 2001 and eventually ran the Three Groups’ global handset business, and developed and launched a range of products (Skypephone and INQ1), which pioneered mobile and internet communications.