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Ladd steps up as Datacom CEO

05 Aug 10

John Holdsworth, Executive Chairman of Datacom Group, has announced that Datacom Group Board has asked Jonathan Ladd to step in as the CEO of Datacom Group.

This appointment is effective immediately following the sudden loss of Group CEO Michael Browne at the weekend.

In a statement the company said, “Directors felt it was important to quickly establish certainty around this position for staff and customers while the company is still coming to terms with Michael's death.”

Ladd has been a director of Datacom for four years and is based in Sydney. There will be no change in Datacom's direction and the company will continue with its growth plans as previously set by Michael and the board.

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