James Riggall is a Tasmanian entrepreneur and academic who is based in Launceston. 

James is the founder and managing director of Bitlink, a local technology education company and a senior industry fellow with the University of Tasmania where he teaches entrepreneurship.  In addition to his role with the University of Tasmania, James also travels to the United States each year to teach extended reality (virtual and augmented reality) technology at Bellevue College in Bellevue, Washington State. 

Alongside his role with the RDA Tasmania committee, James is also chair of the Queen Victoria Museum Governance Advisory Board, chair of the Pearcy Foundation in Tasmania and a director of Enterprize Tasmania.  James is a Fulbright Scholar, a winner of the Benson Award for Entrepreneurship and was one of the first Ambassadors for Public Education in Tasmania.