ALLOW adds John Gulliver as CFO
Former BSkyB man joins expanding management team
By CFOWorld.co.uk | CFO UK | Published 11:25, 19 May 11
The recently launched online privacy company ALLOW announced on Thursday the appointment of John Gulliver as its chief financial officer (CFO).
Gulliver joins the business, formed in December last year and focussed on making internet use and marketing a more finely-tailored affair, from SkyIQ, a division of BSkyB.
Justin Basani, ALLOW’s co-founder and chief executive, said the CFO appointment and expansion of his management team represents a “key milestone” for the company.
“It’s a great time to be joining ALLOW as we are well on the way to creating a new industry and changing the way that people think about, and use, their personal information,” said Gulliver, whose CV also includes time at Experian and ClarityBlue.
“I’m confident that ALLOW will become a significant part of the data ecosystem.”
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