Blis Technologies CFO Tim Mepham departs

Sophie Boot
Tue, 08 Aug 2017

By Sophie Boot Aug. 9 (BusinessDesk) - Blis Technologies chief financial officer Tim Mepham has stepped down as the probiotics maker edges closer to turning a profit.  The Dunedin-based company said Mepham will leave "in the coming months to pursue other business interests" and it is searching for a full-time replacement. Mepham has been performing the role four days a week, it said. Last month, Blis said it expects to post a maiden profit in the current financial year. The company, which was set up to commercialise probiotic bacteria...

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