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USX: Fronde further strengthens board with appointment of Director Alistair McKee

Tuesday 1st May 2018

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Fronde Systems Group announced the appointment of Alistair McKee (B.Comm. DBA) as Director of Fronde Systems Group Ltd, effective 24 May 2018. 

 

McKee first joined Fronde (previously known as Synergy International) in November 1993 as one of the first Client Relationship Managers, before holding the roles of Sales and Marketing Manager and Director during his tenure. After nine years of helping the company grow to over 200 employees, he left in 2003 to pursue other interests outside of the corporate world.

 

The company went on to refer to the past decade, during which time McKee worked across a varied number of roles and spent his spare time heavily involved in sport administration. He is said to be be looking forward to helping Fronde achieve its acceleration goals.

 

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