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New board member appointed to aid with strategic development

ASL Group have appointed talented business strategist and entrepreneur Steve Hibbert to the board with immediate effect. Hibbert has taken up the role of Non-Executive Director, and his brief will be to contribute to the strategic development of the business.

Hibbert has held roles at board level at numerous multinational companies since the mid-90s, so we are more than confident that he will fit seamlessly into our operation at ASL. His experience will be invaluable to us, as we continue on our aggressive growth plan.

Kicking off his career as a Sales Director in the 1980s, Hibbert built two multi-million-pound reseller businesses in the copier/print market, selling them to Danka and Toshiba respectively.  He took on board roles at Toshiba, Danwood & Apogee before focusing recently on his own business interests in the IT, motoring & financial sectors. We are sure that this vast experience in the print sector and in dealing with venture capital partners will serve him well in his post at ASL Group.

Mark Garius, Managing Director of ASL Group said: “When we found out that someone with Steve’s quality and experience became available, the decision to bring him in was easy. The growth plan that we’re currently working to is ambitious, and we need the best people working on it to make it a success. Steve fits that mould perfectly, and we’re looking forward to seeing how he can help us grow in the coming months and years.”

Steve Hibbert, Non-Executive Director of ASL Group said: “ASL Group is a highly ambitious company that’s looking to continue to grow significantly over the coming years, which is a big part of why I’m so delighted to have joined.”

Everyone at ASL Group would like to wish Steve a warm welcome to the company, and we’re excited to see what he can help us to achieve in his role.

ASL Group is a managed document solutions company, who streamline and improve the print operations of its clients: http://asl-group.co.uk/

 

Andrew HoyleNew board member appointed to aid with strategic development