Acision, a mobile data company, has appointed Karen Griffiths as chief financial officer (CFO). With extensive experience and a proven track record as a financial executive, Griffiths takes responsibility for the company’s corporate finance, facilities and administrative functions.
With over 30 years’ experience in finance, including 18 years at Coca-Cola, Griffiths has held a number of senior management positions and will be instrumental in helping Acision drive results and capitalise on the opportunities in mobile data. Her most recent role at Coca-Cola was as finance director, Europe/Africa concentrate operations, where her responsibilities included financial management for manufacturing and logistics of concentrate supply, as well as financial shared services for Coca-Cola revenue stream in Europe.
After Coca-Cola, Griffiths was senior vice president (SVP) and CFO Europe at technology distribution company, Ingram Micro, responsible for financial leadership across 15 countries and centres of excellence in treasury, merger and acquisition (M&A), tax, credit and reporting. She also worked as an independent consultant developing and delivering leadership, finance and change management programmes for executives across Europe and the Middle East.
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