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Cazana hires David Hammond as non-executive chairman

Cazana hires David Hammond as non-executive chairman

DAVID Hammond has joined Cazana as a chairman in a non-executive capacity.

Hammond, pictured below, is currently the CEO of Camden Ventures. In addition, before joining vehicle history and registration check company Cazana, the industry expert held a number of high-level senior roles with various automotive businesses, such as Camden Corporate, Fleet Services, Car Shops, Allen Ford and Crystal Motor Group.

David Hammond, chairman of Cazana

Hammond is the latest in a series of industry figures to endorse Cazana, with former RAC managing director Robert Diamond investing in the company in November 2017, and ex-Glass’s sales director and former national sales manager at Cap HPI Steve Worrell joining the business as sales director in January 2018.

Commenting on his appointment as chairman of Cazana, Hammond said: ‘Cazana’s unique business model is one that is going to bring both value and enabling technology to the motor industry.

‘I’m delighted to be joining the board as they continue to bring innovative data products to both the UK and international markets.’

Tom Wood, CEO of Cazana, also commented: ‘We are thrilled to have David join us as chairman.

‘He’s well respected in the automotive industry and his endorsement will go a long way to add to our credibility.’

Steve Worrell, sales director at Cazana, added: ‘This is a very exciting time for Cazana, as we’re rapidly expanding our client base in the UK and international expansion is on the horizon.

‘It’s great to get support from such well-known and respected industry experts such as David.’

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