New portfolios for key Oasys management

Oasys Innovations announced operational changes to its executive management structure, based at their head office in Johannesburg, effective as of January 2009.

Kevin Kennedy (left) and Patrick Cronning outside the Oasys Innovations head office in Johannesburg.
Patrick Cronning, who has spent the past decade as a key member of the Oasys Innovations management team, has been appointed as Chief Operating Officer, Operations. Kevin Kennedy who recently joined the Johannesburg team, from Cape Town, has been appointed as Chief Operating Officer, Sales and Marketing. Both appointments will further strengthen the company's orientation towards customer service.

Says Chief Executive Officer Brian Kennedy: “I would like to congratulate Patrick and Kevin on their respective appointments. They have both been instrumental in Oasys Innovations success through the years and are well respected within the industry. They are well placed to meet the challenges facing our economy and industry during 2009 and are invaluable to our strategic preparations for 2010 and beyond.”

Kennedy concludes: “These appointments set the stage for our new initiatives and projects and paves the way for the development of a new generation of management. I believe Patrick and Kevin will provide Oasys with the focus and determination to achieve our goals for all five of our activation companies.”

9 Feb 2009 11:45

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