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Chelsea Apps Factory continues growth as Mike Altendorf joins as non-exec director


By The Drum Team | Editorial

April 12, 2012 | 2 min read

Mike Altendorf, founder of Conchango PLC, which was sold to EMC Corporation in 2008, has joined the board of Chelsea Apps Factory as a non-executive director, while Photosound’s Josh Hart has become head of innovation and Nir Ozeri has joined as chief technical officer from One Network Enterprises at the app development agency.

Altendorf has joined to offer his industry experience in technology and business development to support the company on strategy and driving business growth, the agency has explained.

The three have joined the agency to aid its expansion strategy in the enterprise apps space, after two years since it began trading.

Mike Anderson, CEO of Chelsea Apps Factory, commented: “When I set up Chelsea Apps Factory my ambition was to professionalise the apps industry and bring order to the disorder. It’s the enterprise apps space that’s really exciting at the moment, and we’re working with a number of blue-chip companies to deliver apps that drive real business benefits – from sales tools to internal comms.

“Our people are the key to our success; they embody the fresh, entrepreneurial and exciting culture you find here at the Factory. I’m excited to be bringing Altendorf, Hart and Ozeri on board to help the company grow in this next phase of development as we continue to deliver great apps for the companies we work with,” Anderson added.

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