The new year will see a changing of the guard over at euNetworks. The Western European bandwidth infrastructure company’s board of director has agreed to the appointment of a new Chief Executive Officer.
Paula Cogan will officially take the reins as of January 1, 2023. She joined the company last November and currently holds the role of President. She has already been handling the company’s operations fore the past year, so the transition will be an easy one. euNetworks today operates dense metro networks in 17 cities, with a network reaching 53 cities across 17 countries and hooking up some 490+ data centers.
Paula will take over from euNetworks longtime CEO Brady Rafuse, who won’t be going far as he will just shift over to become Chairman of the company’s Board of Directors. Brady took charge back in 2009 of a much smaller company and via a combined strategy of organic and inorganic growth turned it into a critical piece of western Europe’s infrastructure. We’ve had Brady on here many times over the years for a Q&A.
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