Saleem Miyan

President & Chief Commercialization Officer

Office: 978.459.4500

Saleem Miyan is President & Chief Commercialization Officer of Bambu Global, LLC.


Miyan has been at the forefront of Insurtech and Fintech over the last few years. In the telematics industry, he successfully led the turnaround and international expansion of three different businesses as their CEO or Executive Board Director.

Miyan started his career with Philips Electronics where he headed Philips Semiconductors international IoT business unit. He managed the business unit’s operations worldwide, and was operationally located in the USA, UK, Germany, Austria, Taiwan, Singapore, and Japan. After eight years, he closed off his time at Philips in Global Strategic Alliances. He then joined the Board of Checkpoint Systems Inc. in New Jersey, USA where he was responsible for international growth and acquisitions. After two years, he started up a new disruptive technology business that developed an industrial tracking and GPS/Satellite monitoring solution. Five years later, the company was acquired by Lockheed Martin.

Miyan has spoken at and chaired many worldwide IoT and connected car conferences, analyst briefings, and has conducted live TV interviews and documentaries. In late 2015 he was invited to speak in Washington D.C. at The White House. In addition to published articles and whitepapers, he is a recognized speaker at conferences on patented technology development, mission critical deployments and new disruptive technologies. Previously, Miyan has also been involved as an executive board director of a Jordanian Investment fund as well as appointed to the Board of Digicore International. He has also been on the Board of Directors of a large UK automotive insurance company. Under his stewardship, the insurance claims operations were awarded a top 15 position in the ‘Sunday Times 100 Best Companies to Work for’, three years running.

Miyan received his Bachelor of Science at University of East Anglia and received his MS from City, University of London