The world’s largest photo-booth operator has had to make an emergency
appointment after illness got the better of its FD.
Photo-Me International announced that Simon Poulton would be stepping into
the shoes of Jean-Luc Peurois on an interim basis.
In a statement, the company, which operates 21,300 photo booths worldwide
said that Peurois has been granted medical leave of absence ‘for some months’,
so he can take a course of treatment.
Poulton was selected as interim FD because of his ‘considerable experience as
an interim chief financial officer and consultant,’ the company said.
Photo-Me added:’Peurois remains a member of the board and will return to his
role once his treatment is completed.’
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