Tim Griffin

Former CEO and General Manager at Dell EMC UK


With over 25 years’ of international and commercial experience that spans across a range of industries including media, communications, education, systems consulting and information technology, Tim Griffin brings a broad spectrum of expertise from his role as the former Vice President and Managing Director for Dell EMC in the UK. In this role, Tim was responsible for leading a business of over 2,000 team members at 11 sites across the country, and driving growth across all of Dell EMC's end-to-end products and services - offering technology solutions for every person at every age and in every profession, from the four-year old starting school to the CIO of a large corporation.

With a focus on fostering economic growth in the UK, Tim is very involved in the entrepreneurial and business communities in the UK, and is regularly called upon by press to comment on industry trends and the needs of customers in the UK.  Tim held several roles within Dell EMC since joining the company in 2003 including Vice President of Global Displays & Client Peripherals, Vice President of Services & Solutions for Consumer, Small and Medium Businesses during which time he also led the team responsible for the successful integration of the acquisition of Kace and Boomi, and Managing Director of Services for Asia Pacific & Japan.

Prior to joining Dell EMC, Tim was with NCR and held senior leadership positions in sales and marketing, and business development in APJ. He also spent six years at the BBC where he led Commercial Operations for their Services & Technology Division, BBC Resources. An MBA alumnus from the University of Wales College, Cardiff and a Non-Executive Director of the Welsh Rugby Union, Tim is also a big supporter of encouraging diversity within organisations to build stronger teams, and is executive sponsor for True Ability, Dell EMC's employee resource group that offers education around disability matters, drives awareness, and serves as a resource for our team members impacted by disabilities or special needs.