Nathan has been involved in the digital media and eLearning industry for 24 years, running his own business for 10 years prior to joining iHasco. As MD at iHasco, Nathan is responsible for the overall management and long term strategy of our business.
Find out more about Nathan Pitman
When did you join iHASCO?
I joined iHASCO in a full time capacity in February 2015 as a Creative/Technical Director and then moved into my current role as Managing Director in January 2020. However I had worked with iHASCO as an external digital strategy partner since 2005.
What do you do at iHASCO?
I’m responsible for the overall management of our business, our vision and long term strategy for the future. I work with senior leaders in our business and across the wider Citation Group to ensure that we achieve our goals.
What did you want to do when you were at school?
At a Primary School age I distinctly remember a desire to become an automotive designer, I used to wake up early on Saturday mornings so I could spend as much time as possible drawing cars.
What do you get up to when you’re not at iHASCO?
Between myself and my partner we have 5 children and two dogs so there's not much free time for anything else. When I do get a spare moment though I'm usually ogling cars on AutoTrader or dreaming up my next home improvement project.
Where in the world would you most like to go?
My parents house in the south of France. Lots of memories from my child hood... silence, sun and a swimming pool.
Anything I haven’t cooked.
Tell us something we don’t know about you?
At college I was nicknamed 'The Guvner'. Something to do with the fact that I always took the lead in team projects I think. A fairly high percentage of the students and staff never knew my real name.
Favourite book or movie?
Book - has to be 'Rework' by Jason Fried and David Heinemeier Hansson. Movie - Has to be the Fifth Element by Luc Besson.