03/05/2017 - 15:09

Vlahov out as iCollege boss

03/05/2017 - 15:09

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Only three months after being named chief executive of iCollege, former Perth Wildcats owner Andrew Vlahov has resigned from the company, which also announced the acquisition of a UK-based child care training provider.

Andrew Vlahov has resigned as CEO of iCollege after taking on the role in February.

Only three months after being named chief executive of iCollege, former Perth Wildcats owner Andrew Vlahov has resigned from the company, which also announced the acquisition of a UK-based child care training provider.

In a statement today, iCollege said Mr Vlahov had resigned as CEO by mutual consent with the company.

It followed the termination of an agreement by iCollege to acquire RV Sport’s Friendship Games business in April, after various conditions were not satisfied by an agreed due date.

Mr Vlahov is CEO of RV Sport, a sports and event marketing company.

He was appointed CEO of iCollege in February, a role he took up after serving as the head of thermal energy company Enerji for just over a year (and just a month before the company fell into administration).

Simultaneous with Mr Vlahov’s resignation, iCollege also announced plans to acquire a UK-based child care training and software-as-a-service provider, Lara Group, and appoint its chairman Allan Presland as group chief executive, assuming the acquisition succeeds.

iCollege shares closed 11.7 per cent lower to 3 cents each.

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