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Graham Beall appointed CEO of Chess Technologies

Posted 25 May 2017 · Add Comment

Chess Technologies Ltd has today announced the new position of Chief Executive Officer (CEO) and the opening of their first office in the United States, as part of an accelerated growth programme for the company.

Graham Beall (right), the founder, and until recently Managing Director of Chess Dynamics Ltd, is appointed by the Chess Board to the new role of CEO of the parent company Chess Technologies, to develop Chess as it focuses on growing the business both in the UK and internationally.

“I am delighted to announce the appointment of Graham Beall as Chief Executive Officer of Chess Technologies. He brings a wealth of experience not only of electro optic and surveillance technologies, but also our targeted markets. His appointment will enable him to focus on the continued growth of the Chess Group, as we look to double the turnover and significantly grow our profitability,” said Jeff Perrin, Chairman of Chess Technologies Ltd.

Graham Beall said: “Our recently opened office in Denver provides a base to spearhead our growth in the increasingly important US market where we have been seeing strong growth, especially for our counter UAV system, AUDS.”

Chess Dynamics delivers design, development and manufacturing solutions for land, maritime and airborne applications and is the UK’s sole independent designer and manufacturer of military standard electro-optical systems, gimbal platforms and positioners for electro-optical, radar and communications applications.It has offices in the UK in Horsham, West Sussex, Wokingham, Berkshire and Plymouth, Devon and now in the US in Denver, Colorado.

 

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