Harold Goddijn is a Dutch national. Having studied Economics at Amsterdam University, Harold started his career with a venture capital firm. He then founded Psion Netherlands BV in 1989 as a joint venture with Psion Plc and in 1991 co-founded TomTom. He continued to lead Psion Netherlands BV, developing it into a key European distributor for Psion. In 1998 he became Managing Director of Psion Computers and served on the Board of Psion Plc from 1998 to 1999. Harold was appointed Chief Executive Officer of TomTom in 2001.
Taco Titulaer is a Dutch national and holds a Master’s degree in Business Economics from the University of Groningen. Before joining TomTom in 2005, he spent eight years with KPN, where he held various management roles in Finance and Investor Relations. He was appointed Chief Financial Officer of TomTom in 2015.
Alain De Taeye, born in Belgium, graduated as engineer-architect from the Ghent University. After having done research work in the field of Operations Research at the Business School of the Ghent University, he founded Informatics & Management Consultants (I&M) where next to IT consultancy, he continued his work on digital map databases and routing. In 1989 I&M was integrated into the Dutch Tele Atlas group and as of 1990 Alain headed Tele Atlas. During this period he successfully introduced Tele Atlas on both the Frankfurt and the Amsterdam Stock Exchanges. In 2008 Tele Atlas was acquired by TomTom and Alain joined the Management Board of TomTom.