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Altitude Group Chief Operational Officer Shaun Parker Resigns; Stock Dips

Shares of Altitude Group plc (ALT.L) were losing around 5 percent in the morning trading in London after the operator of a marketplace for personalised products announced Tuesday that Shaun Parker has resigned from his position as Chief Operational Officer, with immediate effect, to enable him to pursue other opportunities.

Deborah Wilkinson, who has been with the Company for 11 years and whose current role is Head of Technology, will take up the position of Chief Operational Officer and join the Board with immediate effect.

Wilkinson has over 14 years in the promotional merchandise industry having been Head of Technology at Customer Focus Software Ltd and 11 years with Altitude Group.

In London, Altitude shares were trading at 85.40 pence, down 5.64 percent. pence, down 5.64 percent.

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