Andrew Belshaw named Gamma’s interim CEO

Gamma has announced that Andrew Belshaw will step up from deputy chief executive officer to interim chief executive officer.

Andrew Belshaw (pictured) joined Gamma in 2007 and was then appointed chief financial officer in 2014. He was recently promoted to deputy chief executive officer as part of a structured plan to strengthen and broaden the scope and capacity of Gamma’s management team.

This appointment follows Andrew Taylor stepping down from the Board and as chief executive officer of Gamma. Taylor will continue to work with Gamma in a supporting advisory role through to July 2023 when his notice period expires.

Richard Last, chairman, Gamma, said, “On behalf of everyone at Gamma, I’d like to place on record our thanks and appreciation to Andrew for his drive, dedication, and leadership over the past four years. He has played a key role in shaping Gamma’s plans for future growth and leaves the business in an excellent position to continue to grow and develop and has helped create a first-class management team that is very well placed to take the business forward.”

Andrew Taylor added, “I’d like to wish everyone associated with Gamma all the very best in the times ahead. I’ve greatly enjoyed the past four years as chief executive officer, which has seen Gamma evolve from being a UK focused telecommunications company to a European leader in unified communications.

“Having achieved a great deal and driven by a desire to spend more time with my family, now is a natural time for me to move on and I am very confident that the business and our management team at Gamma is very well placed to thrive in the times ahead.”