Cambridge, 01 June 2021 - IQGeo (AIM: IQG), a developer of geospatial productivity and collaboration software for the telecoms and utility industries, announced that on the 26th of May Carolyn Rand was appointed as a Non-executive Director to the IQGeo Board. Carolyn’s appointment creates an additional Board position and her extensive experience with high-growth technology companies and scientific businesses brings a wealth of experience to IQGeo as it grows and expands into new markets and geographies.
Carolyn is a professional Non-Executive Director and serves as a Strategic Advisor for AIM-quoted global technology business Bango plc where she previously held the office of CFO. Her current responsibilities include Audit Committee Member and Governor of the College of West Anglia and she is a Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Management Accountants having served as Regional Chair for over 8 years. Throughout her career, Carolyn held executive positions within high-growth technology businesses including CFO of Zinwave, CEO of Isogenica, and COO of international NGO, Birdlife International.
“We are extremely pleased to have Carolyn join the IQGeo Board,” said Paul Taylor, Chair of the IQGeo Board. “Carolyn’s expertise with enterprise mobile software is a particularly good fit for us given the mobile-first, cloud-native foundation of our IQGeo software platform. Her business experience in these and other areas will be an invaluable asset in the next stages of IQGeo’s development.”
Carolyn Rand, Non-Executive Director at IQGeo, said: “I am delighted to be joining the IQGeo Board during this exciting growth phase of the company’s development. I was already familiar with the impressive achievements of the business and know many of the strategic investors that are supporting the IQGeo vision. I have confidence in the Board and management team and believe the company has a clear business strategy for the utility and telecommunications markets where there is tremendous opportunity. I am keen to learn more about the business in the coming weeks and look forward to making my contribution to the success of IQGeo.”