Maistro is pleased to announce two new senior hires in Q2, echoing strong growth over the past six months.
Ian Cleverly joins Maistro as Chief Financial Officer (CFO) and a director of the company. He brings with him extensive CFO experience, both in multinational corporations and in start-up businesses, including CFO of Cable and Wireless Jamaica, CFO of Hutchinson 3G in Ireland and senior financial roles in NTL and Procter & Gamble. Cleverly has a strong background in mergers & acquisition, new market entry and building effective operations within organisations.
Gavin Morton-Holmes joins as Business Development Director where he’ll continue to build strong relationships with existing customers, whilst filling out the pipeline of new prospects and introducing Maistro’s AI-powered solution to the wider market.
Laurence Cook, CEO at Maistro comments: "Since taking on the CEO role last August, I am extremely encouraged by the progress that has been made. Ian’s understanding of our ambition to continue this growth on a stable footing makes him the right fit for our board. His entrepreneurial spirit and highly credible background will drive us to maintain our position as an industry disruptor at the forefront of procuring business services. The work that Gavin will do to drive new business will support the backbone of our core growth strategy. 2018 continues to be a year of positive growth for us.”
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