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Published on April 9th, 2018 | by The GC Team


Dixons Carphone UK & Ireland CEO to leave business

Dixons Carphone has announced that UK & Ireland CEO Katie Bickerstaffe is to step down from her role with the business.

Bickerstaffe will take up the position of Chief Executive Designate at the new energy supply business recently announced by SSE plc and Innogy SE later this year.

Alex Baldock, Group Chief Executive of Dixons Carphone, said: “On behalf of the Board and all our colleagues, I would like to thank Katie for all she has done over the past 10 years for the UK and Ireland business.

“Katie’s dedication, passion and hard work has helped transform and strengthen the business into a market leader during a period of significant change. I look forward to working closely with Katie in the coming months and wish her every success when she moves to her exciting new role.”

“After ten wonderful years in the business, I feel it is the right time to move onto my next challenge,” commented Bickerstaffe.

“I am incredibly proud of the Group’s achievements over the last few years, laying the foundations for a great future. On a personal level it’s been a pleasure to work alongside so many talented and committed colleagues and I offer my heartfelt thanks to both them and the Board for their support over these years. After ten wonderful years in the business, I feel it is the right time to move onto my next challenge.”

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