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Pattonair hires first Group Innovation Director in Jason Rance

Posted 19 November 2018 · Add Comment

Global aerospace and defence supply chain provider, Pattonair, has hired its first Group Innovation Director to drive the implementation of the company’s strategy of applying leading edge technologies to deliver innovative solutions across the supply chain.



Jason Rance (above) has been appointed to the new role, reporting to Pattonair CEO, Wayne Hollinshead. Rance has a successful track record in developing growth and innovation strategies for world class consumer brands and in disruptive e-commerce and service businesses.

He was successively Global Head of Product Innovation and Global VP Marketing & E-Commerce for the Speedo swimwear brand and led its Global Innovation Team Aqualab. Prior to joining Speedo he co-founded the world’s first e-commerce platform linking apparel brands and retailers with their global supply base.

Wayne Hollinshead commented, “We are delighted to welcome Jason whose commercial acumen and entrepreneurial experience in innovating across the supply chain will enhance Pattonair’s outstanding customer service solutions and underpin our future expansion”.

On his appointment Jason Rance commented, "I am excited to join a dynamic global leader in Pattonair, which has continuously invested in innovation as a central platform of its business model of offering a world class service tailored to each of its customers’ specific needs”. 
 


 

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