Press Release - NG Network Group Appoint New Business to Business Director (Mostyn Thomas)
Published on: Mar 4, 2016
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November 2015 - FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Network Group appoint Business to Business Director
Mostyn Thomas, Managing Director of Cardiff based Astrix Managed
Solutions has been appointed by the membership of Network Group to the
post of Business to Business Director. Thomas will be responsible for the
group’s business strategy and will provide leadership for their business to
business initiatives with vendors and distributors to support growth.
“I'm honoured to be joining the board of Network Group and flattered to
have been nominated by so many of my peers in the industry. The
Network Group is an outstanding community with a reputation within the
industry that is second to none. As a member of the group for several years I have seen first-hand the
support and drive that the group brings to its members and the way it’s helped Astrix AAG grow in key
areas. I'm looking forward to the opportunities and challenges that lie ahead.” Thomas who accepted
the post this week at the group’s event in Leeds.
Group Managing Director Phylip Morgan said “We’re delighted to have Mostyn join our Executive
Board. As one of our leading MSP’s his vision and strategic thinking will help us take the group to the
next level in a fast-paced area of our business. I’ve always got on well with Mostyn and respect what
he’s achieved. Working closely with him for the next few years is going to be really exciting”.
“This is a record-breaking year for us as we continue with our ambitious growth plans. The addition of
Mostyn to our team is further evidence of the success of NG” said Group Chairman Wayne Cockerill.
About Network Group
Network Group is the UK’s Leading technology Community. The group provides purchasing, sales,
marketing and collaboration services to its members. The group currently has over 60 resellers in key
geographical areas of the UK, Ireland and the Channel Islands. Group turnover is now in excess of