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Dyson Group appoints new chief information officer to drive sustainable transition

Dyson Group has appointed an experienced technology leader to its ranks as it continues to evolve its sustainable operations

Victorian wholly owned operator Dyson Group has announced the appointment of Mark Brown as its new chief information officer.

Brown will help drive the operator’s sustainable transition to a decarbonised future, bringing more than two decades of experience in technology leadership across various sectors to Dysons.

Brown will spearhead the company’s technology initiatives, focusing on sustainable solutions to support Dysons’ commitment to environmental responsibility and operational excellence.

“I am delighted to welcome Mark to Dysons as our new chief information officer,” Dyson Group managing director and CEO Andrew Jakab says.

“His extensive experience and commitment to sustainability align perfectly with Dysons’ vision for a greener future. His leadership will be instrumental as we navigate towards a decarbonised business model.”

Brown’s experience spans across digital development, cyber security and vendor management, all of which are vital components to driving technological advancements and achieving sustainable business objectives.

“I am excited to join Dysons and contribute to its mission of innovation and sustainability,” Brown says.

“I look forward to leveraging technology to support Dysons’ transition to a decarbonised future and drive positive environmental impact.”

Brown joins the Victorian operator from Australian grower, packer and marketer of fresh fruit and vegetables Costa, where he served as chief information officer for nearly four years.

His time at Costa saw the brand take significant strides in its digital transformation and operational efficiency enhancements.

Prior to his role at Costa, Brown held key positions at Alternative Freight Services (AFS) and Toll Group, where his leadership in technology innovation reshaped logistics and supply chain management paradigms.

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