ASK4 announces appointment of chief financial officer

Award-winning Internet service provider are pleased to announce the appointment of Richard Mogg as their Chief Financial Officer

Award-winning Internet service provider, ASK4, are pleased to announce the appointment of Richard Mogg as their Chief Financial Officer.

In an accomplished career spanning over 20 years, Richard has accumulated a wealth of experience in finance and commercial business support. He has previously held various senior leadership roles at private equity backed and listed companies within the IT services and software sectors, including Capita and most recently at Sanderson Group plc.

It’s an exciting time at ASK4 as the company celebrates 20 years of delivering innovative Internet solutions to multi-tenanted buildings. Over the last two decades, ASK4 has experienced significant growth in the UK and Europe and now represents over 215,000 users at 500+ sites and continues to evolve to meet the changing needs of its clients and technological demands.

As part of the company’s growth strategy in the UK and across Europe, Richard will provide strategic and commercial support to the executive management team to drive the long-term commercial performance of the business.

Commenting on the appointment, ASK4 founder and CEO, Jonathan Burrows, said: “We are delighted to welcome Richard to ASK4. He has a huge amount of relevant experience that will be hugely beneficial in helping us carry out our ambitious growth plans over the coming years – I am very much looking forward to working with him.”

Richard added: “It’s an exciting time to be joining ASK4 and being able to play a part in our ambitious plans for growth and development. I look forward to working with the executive management team and my new colleagues in continuing to drive the business forward.”

For further information about ASK4 and the different services available, please visit www.ask4.com or email sales@ask4.com and a member of the team will be in touch.

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