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Dasent exits Renaissance

Dasent exits Renaissance

Former executive divisional manager Mark Dasent has left Renaissance Corporation after at least six years with the company.

Dasent was set to head telecommunications sector solutions as part of Renaissance’s restructured executive team.

CEO Richard Webb confirmed Dasent’s recent departure, adding Chris Parnell has taken on an extended role as enterprise general manager with overall responsibility for the telco area. Parnell is the former Apple division enterprise and government division manager.

As part of an earlier restructure in 2009, Dasent changed roles from Renaissance Brands’ general manager to executive divisional manager.

Reseller News has been unable to contact Dasent.


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