Change At The Top For Digital Sports Firm

Co-CEO Oliver Slipper steps down after 8 years with the company

Oliver Slipper, co-CEO and founder of the Perform digital sports media company in Britain, has announced that he is to step down and pursue other business interests, although he will remain on the board of directors.

Slipper and the company's other chief executive, Simon Denyer, took office when Perform was born out of the merger of Inform Group and Premium TV (see previous InfoPowa reports). The company was de-listed following its acquisition by Access Industries late last year.

Slipper's departure appears to have been an amicable arrangement, with both CEOs issuing statements praising each other and painting an optimistic future for the company. Denyer becomes the sole CEO on Slipper's departure.

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