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New MD for Overture Europe

Hynes, who launched Overture in the UK in 2000, is leaving the company

     
7:27 am on Mar 17, 2004 (gmt 0)

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LONDON - Overture Services, the commercial internet search firm, has appointed Stephen Taylor as the new managing director for Overture Europe, replacing Nick Hynes.

Article here [brandrepublic.com]

Now, what would be really interesting is, to see where Nick Hynes goes.

Must say, He did a very good job in the UK and Europe over the last few years.

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I completely concur with you on that one Shak.
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So who Is Stephen Taylor?

Anyone got his CV handy

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having met Mr. Hynes once, I must say that the "entrepreneurship" in him was clearly visible, maybe having achieved his goals, it was time to move on.

I would also say that I have noticed "wage slaves" can also be "entrepeneurs" in their very own right, just because 1 has a boss, does not mean you cant be a thinker and a doer.

Furthermore, having met many enterepenurs, 1 of the challenges is to build, conquer and move on.

so maybe thats what took place here?

Shak

no offence with the use of "wage slaves", total figure of speech, and apologies in advance

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Nick really did a great job and will be a hard act to follow.

Looking forward to seeing where he pops-up next!

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Odd .. I find the whole Overture international setup a complete nightmare. But maybe that isn't the managing director's fault..