What mid-life crisis? Rush Digital CEO steps down at 40

What mid-life crisis? Rush Digital CEO steps down at 40
Pavan Vyas is director of NZ companies Take2 and Frankie. (Image: supplied)
Henry Burrell
Pavan Vyas says his friends might joke that a mid-life crisis is why he’s stepping down from his chief executive role at Rush Digital.At 40 years of age, the outgoing CEO of the technology company behind the NZ covid tracer app seems a little young for a full Harley Davidson meltdown. “It honestly isn’t that,” he told BusinessDesk. “I want to make sure as and when, because I really believe it's a matter of when tech becomes the number one sector in this country, all of our communities benefit.”H...

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