SLATTERY RETURNS TO SUPERLOOP DRIVER'S SEAT

Written on the 23 February 2016 by Brisbane Business News

SLATTERY RETURNS TO SUPERLOOP DRIVER'S SEAT

SUPERLOOP (ASX: SLC) founder Bevan Slattery has returned to the company's top position.

Slattery (pictured left), currently executive director of the Brisbane business, will lead as CEO for the interim as Daniel Abrahams moves into the newly created position of chief infrastructure officer.

Abrahams will focus on the delivery of Project Red Lion in Singapore and deployment of the recently announced 110km fibre network in Hong Kong, with both projects said to be 'critical to the continued success of the company'.

Slattery will take the lead on accelerating a number of major initiatives within Superloop including acquisition integration, product innovation and automation, business development, and also focus on a number of important strategic sales opportunities

Slattery says Abrahams will continue to 'run the core Superloop business' between Singapore and Hong Kong.

"I'm essentially focusing on rapidly building the overlaying services network by integrating the recently acquired managed services businesses with our key network assets," says Slattery.

Slattery will remain company chairman and Abrahams an executive and member of the board.

This arrangement is expected to continue until December, 2016.

 


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