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Appointments - September 2014

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  • Nina Nashif, Salaso Health Solutions

    17.09.2014 Salaso Health Solutions, a high-potential start-up supported by Enterprise Ireland, has announced the appointment of Nina Nashif as chair of its board of directors.“Nina is a visionary leader working at the intersection of healthcare entrepreneurship and innovation. She is founder and CEO of Healthbox, the Chicago-based, global initiative which aims to change the way large companies work with entrepreneurs to co-create the future of...

  • Mike Best, Bitbuzz

    17.09.2014 Wi-Fi provider Bitbuzz announced the appointment of Mike Best as senior business development manager for London. Best’s new role will involve leading the UK sales team where he will recommend suitable Wi-Fi solutions to independent hotels and hotel groups. The aim of his role is to increase growth for Bitbuzz in the UK and expand its customer base.Best’s most recent role was with Premier Choice Telecom in London as a business sales...

  • Andrew Robertson, CR2

    11.09.2014 Multichannel banking software provider CR2 announced the appointment of Andrew Robertson as vice-president of product and a member of the CR2 executive team.Robertson holds responsibility for all aspects of product management and product marketing. He brings with him over 20 years of experience within the telecoms and IT industries, having held senior management positions in product management, new product introduction and strategic...

  • Jim Hannibal, CR2

    11.09.2014 Multichannel banking software provider CR2 announced the appointment of Jim Hannibal as head of European sales.Hannibal has a proven track record in sales management and new business development, as well as over 17 years’ experience in wholesale and retail banking. He previously held senior positions with Reuters in Luxembourg, Misys Asia and Europe, and has most recently held the role of regional director for Europe and CEE with...

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    Helen Dixon, Data Protection Commission

    10.09.2014 The Government announced the appointment of Helen Dixon as Ireland’s Data Protection Commissioner, taking over the role from Billy Hawkes over the coming weeks.Dixon has held the post of Registrar of Companies since 2009. She also previously worked in senior roles at the Department of Jobs, Enterprise and Innovation, and in the private sector, where she worked at two US multinational companies with EMEA bases in Ireland.Dixon has a...

  • Tim France, iProspect Ireland

    10.09.2014 Digital performance agency iProspect, part of the Dentsu Aegis Network, named Tim France as its new CEO, replacing Shenda Loughnane.Previously a board director at Acorn, France is said to be an influencer in the Irish digital community and plans to continue growing iProspect Ireland in both size and scope.“After a rigorous recruitment process, we are delighted to announce the selection of Tim France as iProspect Ireland’s new CEO....

  • Luke Mitchell, SQS

    09.09.2014 Software quality specialist SQS has announced the appointment of Luke Mitchell as the company’s chief operating officer. Mitchell’s appointment comes on the back of SQS Ireland’s most successful period in business and in a year that has seen the company announce the creation of an additional 75 jobs, together with its relocation to new 4,000sq ft modern office facilities in the heart of the Digital Docklands area of...

  • Philip Browne, Commtech

    09.09.2014 Philip Browne has been promoted to the position of business development manager at Commtech for software, security and networking products.Browne will be responsible for generating and fostering new business with new and existing customers. He will also identify new technological developments and evaluate the application for the customer. Prior to taking up this position, Browne worked as corporate account manager at Commtech for three...

  • Martin Morgan, Openet

    09.09.2014 Privately-owned software company Openet has announced senior appointments within its global marketing team.Martin Morgan has been appointed vice-president of marketing, with responsibility for driving demand creation and solution fulfilment for Openet’s global clients.With over 25 years’ experience in telecoms software, Morgan has developed strategic marketing growth platforms for start-ups and publicly listed companies. He has...

  • Barry Marron, Openet

    09.09.2014 Privately-owned software company Openet has announced senior appointments within its global marketing team.Barry Marron, who has worked with Openet for four years in which he headed up the company’s marketing operations as well as press and analyst operations, has been appointed vice-president of product marketing.Marron’s new role involves working closely with Openet’s product and solution management  and sales teams to...