Cutler appointed new CEO of Vanuatu Cricket

Mark Stafford, President of the VCA announced the appointment stating the VCA’s ambition to remain the leading national sport federation in Vanuatu and Cutler’s experience with cricket and the wider corporate world as the best fit to take over from Shane Deitz and continue to move Vanuatu Cricket forward.

“The Vanuatu Cricket Board would like to congratulate Tim Cutler as the new CEO for the Vanuatu Cricket Association. The VCA has a strong vision for the future and require a well experienced person to lead the operations of the Association to achieve our ambitions.

Derek Nice appointed Air Vanuatu CEO

Mr. Nice brings more than 30 years of experience in the aviation industry, including CEO and other executive positions in Canada; assignments in the US, the Caribbean and South America; and operational support, consulting and marketing relationships with airlines in 30 different countries, including Asia and the Pacific.

He brings a strong background in governance, operations and commercial management, including experience in selecting and mentoring high performance management teams.

Mr. Nice has an MBA and a B.Sc. in Air Transport Management and is a chartered director.

Digicel Fiji announces Mike Greig as new CEO

Effectively immediately, Mike will have complete operational oversight across the entire business including Digicel, Unwired and Sky Pacific.

Digicel Regional CEO, Pacific Group, Mr. Colin Stone said,” Mike brings with him a wealth of knowledge and experience in wireless and ICT technology. His recent work in digital transformation in emerging markets will provide valuable impetus to Digicel’s continued growth and evolution as a full solutions provider in Fiji”.  

PCF appoints new CEO

For the past 11 years Strong has been based in Suva, Fiji where he has held general management positions of significant Fijian trading companies, most recently as General Manager of Pacific Agencies (Fiji) Limited.

He will return to New Zealand to take up the role at PCF in or about November this year.

Strong was born and raised in Suva, educated at Kings College, Auckland and Massey University in Palmerston North, graduating with a Bachelor of Business Studies.