Movers and shakers

October 2003
IT Training;Oct2003, p12
Trade Publication
Nige Howarth, Netg's former vice-president of global marketing, has launched his own company, called Inspired Age. KnowledgePool has appointed Spring IT Training's Richard Lane as associate sales director for enterprise solutions, while Steve Meadows is the new chief executive at NLT Services. David Gibson has joined e-learning provider WBT Systems as regional director for financial services in the U.S., and Intrepid Learning Solutions has added two veteran training professionals to its staff.


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