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Philip Deakin appointed Chief Financial Officer

4th December 2023, Albourne, United Kingdom – Technetix is pleased to announce the appointment of Philip Deakin as Chief Financial Officer of Technetix Group Ltd. Technetix’ current CFO, Robert Bell has decided to leave Technetix to pursue other opportunities and has left the business with immediate effect. Robert has been with the company through the tough environment of the last two years where the company has grown substantially.

Philip Deakin will take up his post as CFO on 4th December 2023. Philip brings more than 20 years’ experience in financial leadership as a CFO and group finance leader in UK and US listed environments. Prior to joining Technetix as Chief Financial Officer, Philip held several senior finance positions in sectors spanning logistics and distribution, IT infrastructure and data-as-a-service. Companies have included EV Cargo Global Forwarding, Smiths News plc, RM plc and Dun & Bradstreet Inc.

Philip brings with him extensive experience in operational and financial leadership roles in both listed and private equity owned companies. Philip’s responsibilities will cover finance, operations, IT and customer excellence functions in the company. Philip is a member of the Institute of Chartered Accountants in England & Wales and trained with PricewaterhouseCoopers.

“I am pleased to welcome Philip Deakin to Technetix. Philip is joining at a very exciting time for the growth of Technetix with massive worldwide investment in cable broadband, FTTX and wireless broadband networks” commented Paul Broadhurst, Founder and Chief Executive. “I wish Robert Bell well for the future having always valued his expertise, guidance and unwavering dedication to the company.”

Philip Deakin commented “I’m delighted and inspired to join the Technetix team as CFO. Technetix has a strong product portfolio of class leading products. I see many significant opportunities for developing and growing Technetix with its world-class expertise over the coming years.”