Decision Insight Information Group (Europe) announces departure of CEO

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30 April 2014


Decision Insight Information Group (Europe) (“DIIG(E)”) has  announced that its Chief Executive Officer, Marshall King, will be leaving the business.  Marshall King joined DIIG(E) in October 2012, recruited by the then owner of the business, TPG Capital.  During that time he implemented a strategic review of the business, restructuring the major group company, SearchFlow, and led the sale of the group to dmg::information (dmgi) in November 2013. Marshall King will leave DIIG(E) in June 2014.

Marshall King said: “Having developed the strategy for DIIG(E) and successfully integrated it into the dmgi group of companies, I have now taken the decision to pursue new career opportunities outside the group.  I have enjoyed my time with DIIG(E) and so will continue to monitor its progress and development with avid interest, and wish everyone well in the next stage of DIIG(E)’s growth.”

Suresh Kavan, CEO of dmgi, commented: “We would like to thank Marshall for his strong leadership and commitment to DIIG(E).  DIIG(E) is a great company and we remain delighted with our acquisition. The business performance under Marshall’s leadership has been excellent and I have asked Mark Milner, CEO of dmgi::land&property europe, to take over the reins alongside his existing role. I am entirely confident the group will continue to show excellent future growth.”



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