Content+Cloud has appointed Colin Brown as non-executive director.
Brown brings more than two decades of senior leadership experience and expertise to his role and will advise on Content+Cloud’s growth roadmap.
Prior to joining Content+Cloud’s board of directors, Colin was the managing director at Softcat plc. During his eight years at Softcat, Colin oversaw rapid growth and was part of the leadership team. Before this, he drove the adoption and deployment of Microsoft technology as general manager of UK services for Microsoft, which followed his position as CEO at Computacenter Germany.
After stepping down as Softcat’s managing director in 2020, Colin assisted with the transition to a new leadership team. Following his departure, he now acts as a non-executive director for a number of technology and services organisations, creating strong cultures through high employee engagement and clear strategic direction.
Peter Sweetbaum, CEO, Content+Cloud, said: “We are delighted to have Colin on board where we look forward to him bringing his exemplary experience at the core of the UK IT Services market in the UK and Europe. Colin’s experience of leadership positions, at arguably the most successful technology businesses today, will be a fantastic addition to Content+Cloud’s ambitious growth plans. On behalf of the Content+Cloud and Advania teams, we would like to welcome Colin to our exciting journey.”
Colin Brown added: “I’m delighted to have joined Content+Cloud as a non-exec director. I have been so impressed with the fantastic growth that Peter and his leadership team have achieved over the last few years, and what’s even more exciting is the best is yet to come. Content+Cloud is ideally placed to assist organisations, seeking to harness and benefit from technology, through a combination of their best-in-class customer service and a very smart investment record. I’m thrilled to be a part of it.”
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