In a recent statement by BjarniArmannsson, CEO of Iceland Seafood International, the management is looking forward to certain changes in its board. This move is being taken to establish a strong cemented platform for best customer experience in the company. The change will also help to develop the company’s supply chain aimed at garnering more revenues. Additionally, the group announced its intention to do the main market listing in 2019 to bolster growth and build on its previous successes over the years. This move has been necessitated by increased demand in its key markets and an increase in perceived opportunities.
The board is making these changes geared toward revolutionizing the customer base. Mark Holyoake is stepping down from the company’s board together with the former CEO of the company, Mr. BenediktSveinsson. On the other hand, Mr. BjarniArmannsson has been appointed the new CEO of the company. He shall be taking over from Helgi Anton Eiriksson. The company held a board meeting in February 2019 to discuss new leadership roles. Numerous nominations were made. Among those who were elected to serve in the board include JakobValgeirFlosason, CEO of JakobValgeir, Ingunn Agnes Kro, who will take over as the Director of Communications. See This Page for related information.
With this new transformational Solo Seafood acquisition finalized in September 2018, the company has seen additional changes in the stakeholder base of the firm where the management has created its supply chain to facilitate the proper supply of food as well as ensuring that its consumers are working with the most prominent suppliers in Iceland.
Mark Holyoake, 72, is an alumnus of the University of Reading. He joined the real estate sector as an entrepreneur in the 1990s. In 2016, he established Oakwest in London and focused on purchasing, developing, as well as managing residential and commercial real estate in the United Kingdom.
Mark Holyoake is currently an ISS stakeholder. He has been holding the position since 2010 when he bought the company. Holyoake has also become part of the firm’s success, and this is attributed to the excellent team he serves with. Over the years, Mark formed a consortium. He also extends his support to the Carvalho Martins family and Sabina Estates, which mainly deals with Ibiza’s real estate market.
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