Tim Davie is the current Chief Executive Officer for the mighty BBC Worldwide, well known for his one of the greatest minds in the field of journalism and his contributions for them.
Early Life and Education
Tim Davie was born in 1967 on 25th of April. He was born in Turville Heath, Buckinghamshire, United Kingdom. He holds an English nationality and belongs to white ethnicity.
Tim Davie joined Whitgift School for his early education. Later on, he moved to Selwyn College where he studied English.
Tim Davie’s career has given him everything in his life. He started his career as a trainee in Procter & Gamble in 1991.
After that, he got an opportunity to work as the UK Marketing Manager for PepsiCo. He grabbed this opportunity in style. Then he got a promotion and became the Vice President of this organization.
His life-changing work came when he got a s sociated to BBC. Tim joined the network as Director of Marketing, Communications, and Audiences. He was appointed as the Director General of Mark Thompson’s first senior appointment.
He has worked for BBC franchises such as BBC Radio 1, BBC Radio 2, BBC Radio 3 and BBC Radio 4. This also includes BBC Asian Network and BBC Orchestras.
In the year 2009, he was a part of The Guardian’s list of 100 most powerful persons in the media world.
Tim Davie’s personal life is going as good as his career. He is a married man and is currently living with his wife, Anne.
He is not dating any girlfriends of his at this moment. He has three children all of them sons, and he has always been able to become a responsible and a great father.
Tim Davie has always enjoyed unbelievable earnings in his life. He received a jaw-dropping total remuneration of £670,000.
He received to £224,000 as the bonus this year. Davie was paid £640,000 last year as salary.
He is also active on social networking sites such as Twitter. A lot of information on him and his biography can be quickly grabbed from popular wiki sites such as Wikipedia. He looks like a tall man, but his height is not known.
by Bchrome, 12 Jun, 2017