Vlahov resurfaces as iCollege boss

01/02/2017 - 15:29

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Six months after ending a short stint as the head of thermal energy company Enerji, former Perth Wildcats owner Andrew Vlahov has been named chief executive of sporting-focused online education provider iCollege.

Vlahov resurfaces as iCollege boss
Andrew Vlahov has been named chief executive of ICollege.

Six months after ending a short stint as the head of thermal energy company Enerji, former Perth Wildcats owner Andrew Vlahov has been named chief executive of sporting-focused online education provider iCollege.

Mr Vlahov replaces Stuart Manifold, who will take on a role within the executive management team of the business.

Mr Vlahov, who quit as CEO of Enerji in August last year after spending just over a year in the role (and just a month before the company fell into the hands of administrators), will receive a base salary of $350,000 per annum plus superannuation.

He will also receive performance rights, subject to milestones.

Mr Manifold’s establishment of accredited sports programs targeted at non-elite basketballers has provided a strong platform from which to leverage the significant networks and expertise that Mr Vlahov brings to the role of group CEO,” iCollege chairman Ross Cotton said.

Mr Vlahov said iCollege was a young and exciting young company.

“Sport and education are two of my passions and there are a number of key strategic opportunities for us in Asia and that will become an immediate short term focus,” he said.

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