Management Team

Meet the activereach management team. The vision and expertise of our founders help us maintain our market-leading status.

Mike Revell
- Managing Director

Mike Revell

Mike is co-founder and Managing Director of activereach. He founded the company in 2009 and has since led its activeNETWORKS and activeDEFENCE technology divisions to exceptional growth across EMEA. Mike is charged with global responsibility for profitability, sustained growth and strategic partnerships.

With a degree in electronic engineering with mathematics, Mike has a proven track record in the telecommunications industry. In 1992 he founded REDNET, an Internet Service Provider delivering networking and Internet services to small and medium sized businesses.

Organically grown, REDNET became a widely recognised and acclaimed ISP, being regularly voted as the country’s best business ISP, receiving the Thames Valley Business of the Year Award and being featured in the Harper Collins publication ‘Top ICT companies in the UK’.

In 2005 Mike sold REDNET to Centrica. The business was then subsequently acquired by The Carphone Warehouse. Mike held senior positions in both companies.

Mike lives in Berkshire with his wife and two children and enjoys many outdoor pursuits including golf, running and horse riding.

Raza Rizvi
- Technical Director

Raza Rizvi

Raza is co-founder and Technical Director of activereach. He is responsible for overseeing the company’s Technical Support, Service, and administrative departments. Raza’s remit includes product portfolio development & vendor management. His experience and insight support the continued success of the company across all sectors.

Widely respected for his technical expertise, Raza built his reputation working as Technical and Operations Director at REDNET, an early UK Internet Service Provider.

Raza has also held senior positions in Centrica and The Carphone Warehouse, where he assumed responsibility for Internet service provision and technical data services respectively. In 2002 he was appointed non-executive director of the London Internet Exchange (LINX), the world’s largest Internet Exchange, overseeing and advising on the development of the Exchange’s product portfolio. He served for 10 years, standing down in May 2012.