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OMEGA Ambassadors like Cindy Crawford, George Clooney and Nicole Kidman come and go but, over the years, one face at OMEGA has remained and that is Stephen Urquhart, the veteran chief executive.
Urquhart began his career at Omega in 1968 and in June 1999 he was appointed President & CEO.
Brittin (b. 1968) joined Google in January 2007.
In the 1980s he rowed for Great Britain, winning a bronze medal at the World Rowing Championships in 1988. He also represented Great Britain in rowing at the 1988 Seoul Olympics.
Clark (b. 1949) became President of Emirates Airline in 2003 after spending 18 years helping build an aviation empire. He was instrumental in transforming the airline from a one-route carrier operating off a dusty runway to a world leader serving more than 120 destinations.
In 2014 Clark was appointed Knight Commander of the Order of the British Empire (KBE) and Aviation Week & Space Technology magazine named Clark its 2013 Person of the Year.
Vaynerchuk (b. 1975) is an self-styled social media marketer, entrepreneur, investor, author, public speaker, and internet personality with more than 1,1 million followers on Twitter.
Vaynerchuk, an early investor in Twitter and Uber, first built his father’s New Jersey wine shop into a $45 million business by bringing it online and creating Wine Library TV, the oddly viral wine-tasting web show. Its success made him a social media marketing guru — which then led to a 10-book deal with HarperStudio. Now he’s focused on VaynerMedia, a digital agency he launched in 2009 that advises the likes of GE and Pepsi and has grown to nearly 500 employees.
Ross joined Honda in 1996 and was responsible for setting up Honda’s own finance company, which he oversaw for 17 years. As part of his job he heads European sales for Honda’s cars, motorcycles and power equipment.
Prior to joining Honda, Ross held senior finance roles at carmakers Porsche and Toyota.