A successful Media entrepreneur with over 30 years’ experience in Film, TV and Digital Media. Walli has been at the forefront of developments in digital media and was an early pioneer of VOD and IPTV.
As CEO Walli successfully built a global entertainment content production and distribution company headquartered in the UK to revenues exceeding $100 million, with staff and offices around the world. After exiting Walli setup EMU Films, a Film & TV development and production company that is producing a number of high quality film and TV projects with the express aim of utilising new digital distribution technologies. EMU has completed two feature films, “Catch Me Daddy” which had its world premiere at the Cannes Film Festival and The Goob which premiered at the Venice Film Festival and now is in production on it's next three films.
Walli is Co-President of TiE in the UK as well as an adviser to the Princes Trust. Walli has recently been appointed to the UK Government's flagship Global Entrepreneurs Programme. The GEP has been setup to help ambitious entrepreneurs build globally successful companies by utilising the full resources of the UK Government.