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UK Business ISP FluidOne Appoints New CEO Russell Horton

Monday, April 9th, 2018 (2:55 pm) - Score 987
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Business communications provider FluidOne, which also supplies a number of UK broadband ISPs, has today moved for the second time in the space of 6-7 months to try and replace its outgoing CEO, Piers Daniell, with a new boss in the shape of Russell Horton.

The provider first attempted to replace long-time founder Piers, who intends to adopt the role of Chairman with a specific focus on new emerging technologies, in October last year after they announced that FluidOne’s former non-executive director, Chris Jagusz, would take on the role (here).

Today’s press release makes no mention of what happened to Chris Jagusz but we know that after a last minute change he instead decided to take the reins of troubled Redcentric, which suffered a rather major accounting misstatement in 2016 and is still working to recover from it.

Meanwhile Russell, who has previously served as the COO of Elite Group, is currently preparing to lay out his 5-year vision at some point over the coming months. Russell has also previously held senior positions at both Daisy and Vodafone, so he should have a good understanding of the business.

Piers Daniell, Outgoing CEO / Founder, said:

“Russell has worked in a diverse range of organisations from start-ups to small and large businesses, in entrepreneurial and corporate styles, at companies including Daisy, Isis Telecommunications, Flexphone, IP Integration, Vodafone and Elite Group, as well as running his own consultancy for many years. Russell has broad experience including project management, operations, commercial, product development and general management.

Russell’s strategic leadership, motivation, drive, team focus, innovative approach and sector knowledge really stood out in our selection process for the role. With FluidOne being recognised as one of the best companies to work for in the UK choosing the right leader to build upon what has so far been achieved was critical. I’m delighted Russell is joining the team.”

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