Kordia’s Bartlett steps down

Staff reporters
Fri, 02 Oct 2020

Staff reporters
Fri, 02 Oct 2020
Scott Bartlett, chief executive officer of state-owned technology company Kordia, has resigned for health reasons.Kordia said Bartlett had been diagnosed with multiple brain tumours in August 2019. After undergoing a period of remission, he returned in January to resume his role but became ill again two months ago, the company said in a statement.Kordia chair John Quirk said the work Bartlett had done for Kordia speaks for itself, and he described him as one of the most talented businesspeople in New Zealand.“His leadership has seen Kordi...

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