The Halifax Group Appoints Company’s First Operating Executive

The Halifax Group has announced that the company has appointed Rick Morrow as the company’s first Operating Executive. In his new role, the companies, newly appointed Operating Executive will use his years of experience to bring fundamental transformational changes in the company.

The newly appointed Operating Executive, Mr. Rick Morrow, is a seasoned operating officer that has got over 25 years of experience in managing global businesses in the sectors of telecom, technology, education, energy and technology-enabled services. Mr. Morrow will continue to engage the company with the help of his third party consultant company, Boulder Advisors.

Prior to joining the company, Mr, Rick Morrow served Kastle Systems International as the Chief Operating Officer. Before joining the Kastle Systems International, he served at the WorldStrides as the Executive Vice President Operations.

Managing partner at Halifax, Scott Plumridge said, “We have known and worked with Rick over many years, and a handful of our companies have worked closely with him on meaningful assignments. Those recent assignments have allowed us to witness his expertise firsthand. Management teams and Halifax professionals alike have noted Rick’s dexterity in shifting seamlessly from industry to industry and his ability to work as a facilitator to accelerate key initiatives.”

“We expect Rick’s involvement will expand our capacity to drive business transformation initiatives across the Halifax investment portfolio, all in accord with our history of working as non-operational partners to our management teams,” Scott Plumridge further added.

Senior Partner at Halifax, Doug Hill said, “We rely on the expertise of our experienced operators to guide our efforts to build better businesses. Rick brings a process-driven, patient, and thoughtful approach to each assignment for the benefit of our businesses. We are confident that his values align with our investment approach and that he will bring unique insight to Halifax’s business practices.”

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