Tuesday, November 4, 2008

Chris Scoble takes the reins at Nashua Mobile

Chris Scoble, the former managing director of Nashua Office Automation, has been appointed as the managing director of Nashua Mobile. He replaces Mark Taylor, who resigned to join Vodacom.

Scoble has been with Nashua for more than 23 years and has sat on Nashua Mobile’s board since its inception. He played a central role in the merger of NedTel Cellular and Nashua Cellular, which created Nashua Mobile in 2000.

Says Chris Scoble: “I am excited to join Nashua Mobile as its managing director. I have been involved in this company from the very beginning, so this business is very close to my heart. My aim will be to grow the Nashua Mobile business by focusing on the customer service experience and to consolidate the company’s position as one of the country’s leading independent communications services provider.”

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