Huddly AS – Graham Williams appointed as new CEO
Today, Graham Williams has been appointed as new CEO, following that the current CEO Alexander Woxen today informed the board that he has decided to step down from his position. Woxen will support the board and management for a six-month transition period.
Graham Williams, who has been Chair of the Board of Huddly since 2016 and has extensive experience in the visual collaboration industry, having held various roles over the course of 35 years. He led the company iVision to become the leading videoconferencing integrator in the Asia Pacific region, which in 2011 resulted in iVision being acquired by Telstra Ltd, Australia's largest telecommunications provider.
- I am motivated to step into a more operational role. My commitment to Huddly remains high, and I look forward to future opportunities and growth, says Williams.
Woxen has supported the company in multiple capacities, and as CEO Woxen has established a strong organizational foundation, strategy and management team. The board regrets that Woxen has decided to leave and would like to thank him for his efforts.
- This has not been an easy decision as I'm very proud of what we have created and considering the joy it has been working with the management team and the immense talent base at Huddly, says Woxen.
As Graham Williams steps down from the board, Jostein Devold, long-term board member, has been elected as interim Chair of the Board until the General Meeting 2023.
About Huddly AS:
Huddly is a technology company that creates tools for team collaboration. Based in Oslo, Norway, Huddly combines expertise across the fields of design, hardware, software, and artificial intelligence. The company’s smart cameras are designed to make it easier and better for people to communicate with each other. Huddly’s solutions with industry-leading partners enable high-quality video experiences on all major collaboration platforms.
For more information, please contact:
Graham Williams, CEO, Huddly AS,
Jostein Devold, Chair of the Board, Huddly AS
This information is subject to the disclosure requirements pursuant to Section 5-12 of the Norwegian Securities Trading Act.