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Resignations continue at Renaissance

24 Mar 11

According to sources within the channel, distributor Renaissance has been hit with four more recent resignations.

Perhaps the biggest is that of Jamie Barton who held the role of General Manager of Retail.

Previously Barton was National Consumer Sales Manager for the MagnumMac business.

Richard Greasley, Product Specialist, is also said to have left. He began his career at Renaissance in August 1998.

Others said to have resigned are Training Team Leader Mary McQuoid and Apple Pro Trainer, Lee Herbet.

Greg Elisara, Director of Online at Renaissance, left the company earlier this month for a Head of Digital role at Barnes, Catmur & Friends.

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