London - Aug 06, 2009 Doleman announced as iCrossing UK CEO
"There are some fantastic opportunities to accelerate iCrossing's growth in Europe. With the merger and integration of the UK business now complete, it is the right moment for me to hand over the day-to-day business so I can focus on broader strategic opportunities."
LONDON, August 6, 2009 -- iCrossing, a global digital marketing agency, today announced two senior management team changes as the company positions itself for continued European growth.
Arjo Ghosh, currently CEO of iCrossing UK, will be taking on the role of chairman, iCrossing UK, while Paul Doleman, chief technology officer, will become CEO, iCrossing UK, running day-to-day operations.
As chairman, Ghosh will remain actively involved in the business with a focus on strategic direction and, in particular, European growth. Doleman will manage the growth and operations of iCrossing's UK business, drawing on his deep management background and digital expertise.
Doleman has more than 20 years of experience in technology management, executive management and product development. He has successfully generated new business, led strategies and delivered customer satisfaction for global companies including Microsoft, Astra Zeneca and Tesco. He has also established and managed multi-million dollar businesses in Europe and the US. Doleman has been with iCrossing since 2006. He will be based in iCrossing's Brighton office.
"Arjo has built the UK business from the ground up, leading it to become a top digital agency. The time is right for him to take on a larger strategic role to drive new opportunities in Europe," said Don Scales, president and CEO, iCrossing. "Paul has been a key player in managing the success of the UK offices to date and will be a valuable addition to our global management team."
Ghosh said, "There are some fantastic opportunities to accelerate iCrossing's growth in Europe. With the merger and integration of the UK business now complete, it is the right moment for me to hand over the day-to-day business so I can focus on broader strategic opportunities."