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May 8, 2014

Mangagement changes at NECA Victoria and 370 Degrees Group


After 15 years with NECA as the Victoria Chapter Executive Director, Philip Green will be moving into a new role as Chief Executive Officer of 370 Degrees Group Ltd – a wholly-owned subsidiary of the NECA Group.

Phillip GreenAfter 15 years with NECA as the Victoria Chapter Executive Director, Philip Green will be moving into a new role as Chief Executive Officer of 370 Degrees Group Ltd – a wholly-owned subsidiary of the NECA Group. 

Kevin McCosh – the current Deputy Executive Director Victoria, will take over from Philip as Executive Director of the Victoria Chapter. 

In making this announcement NECA President, Wes McKnight, paid tribute to Philip’s contribution. “Phil is looking for a new set of challenges and I believe he is the ideal person to lead the 370 Degrees Group through its next phase in development.  Phil’s experience and leadership values are exactly the right skills we require to see the Group respond to the needs of our industry in terms of training,” said Wes.

“The NECA Victoria Council has great confidence that Kevin McCosh is also the right person to build on Phil’s legacy at NECA Victoria.  And we are all very pleased that Phil will remain within the broader NECA organisation,” added Wes. 

Phil Honeywood, Chairman of 370 Degrees Group, said “Phil has been the Acting CEO of 370 Degrees for the past few months – in addition to his role as NECA Victoria Executive Director.  So the Board has already had the opportunity of working with Phil over this period.  We are therefore very confident he is the right person to steer the company at this time.”

Both appointments take effect from 1 July 2014.
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