– UK, London – Guscio plc is pleased to announce the appointment of Gail Ganney and John Steele as a Non-Executive Directors of the Board with immediate effect.

Gail Ganney is the founder of Sportsdata. Originally a civil engineer with Ove Arup in London and Brisbane, and more recently gaining an MSc in Internet Programming in 1998, she has spent the last 20 years pursuing entrepreneurial and investment opportunities in a variety of sectors. Gail serves on a number of private company boards and is hands-on in the creation and day-to-day operation and management of the Sportsdata IT development team. Gail will serve Guscio in a capacity to support the identification of new technology opportunities to complement its portfolio.

John Steele served as an army officer before becoming a professional rugby player and European cup winning coach. As a Chartered Surveyor he gained experience in the corporate property world. He has been a sports CEO in the private, public and not for profit sectors including UK Sport, the Rugby Football Union and the Youth Sport Trust; as well as serving as a non-°©– executive director on various sports organization boards. In addition to his role as Executive Director of Sport at Loughborough University, he is also the Chairman of the English Institute of Sport, and owns a leadership development consultancy.

Richard Thompson, Chairman of the Board, commented: “I am delighted to welcome both new directors to the Board of Guscio PLC. The wealth of knowledge and contacts that they both have in their respective fields will clearly be of great benefit to the business as we continue to develop our plans within the education and sports technology sector”

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