Ladbrokes PLC (LON:LAD) announced today that Richard Moross has voiced his intentions to step down as a non-executive director at this year’s annual general meeting, to be held on May 5, 2016.
Mr Moross will not seek re-election as a Director at the AGM.
Mr Moross joined Ladbrokes’ Board in 2012. He is a digital entrepreneur who has more than 15 years of digital industry experience. Having worked in the London technology sector since 2000, he has been featured in the ‘Wired 100’ and ‘Media Guardian 100’ lists, was named amongst the Telegraph Newspaper’s ‘1,000 Most Powerful People in British Business’, and was ranked in the Guardian Newspaper’s top 10 most influential people in digital media. Mr Moross is a founder of Moo.com. Prior to this, he worked for design company Imagination, sorted.com and the BBC.
He has decided to step down as Ladbrokes’ Non-executive Director so that he can devote more time to his other commercial interests, the announcement from the company says.
John Kelly, Ladbrokes’ Chairman, says,
On behalf of the Board I’d like to thank Richard for his contribution to the Board, particularly through the revamp of our digital product. We wish him well for the future.
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