Chime Communications appoints Vin Murria and Martin Glenn as Non-Executive Directors

LONDON – Chime Communications plc, the international communications and sports marketing group, is pleased to announce it has appointed two non-executive directors to the Board.

Vin Murria, is the Chief Executive Officer of Advanced Software Group plc, an AIM-listed healthcare and business management software solutions company she founded in 2008. Named AIM plc Entrepreneur of the year 2012 and Woman of The Year in the 2012 Cisco Everywoman Technology Awards, Vin is a successful entrepreneur with a strong background in technology based international business. Vin is also a non-executive director of Greenko plc, an AIM-listed Indian energy company.

Martin Glenn, is the Chief Executive Officer of United Biscuits. Martin has previously held senior positions at Birds Eye Iglo Group, and PepsiCo. He has experience of international expansion and of working with strong brands, on international expansion and the delivery of strategic goals.

Both Directors will join the Board at the next meeting in August.

Lord Davies, Chairman of Chime Communications, commented: “I am delighted that both Vin and Martin have agreed to join the Board of Chime at an exciting time in the Company’s development. They will be great additions as we reshape the Board.”

Chime is an international communications and sports marketing group, including CSM, in sports and entertainment; the VCCP Partnership in advertising, the Good Relations Group in public relations, Open Health in healthcare communications, Teamspirit a specialist in financial and professional services and CIE our insight and engagement agency.

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