Stuart joined Quadrant Subscription Services in 1993, and came across to Air Business when it bought Quadrant in 2011. During this time, he has built the business into one of the leading subscription management providers in the country.
“As we all know, the last 12 months or so have been challenging in the way we’ve worked through the pandemic, and I’m very proud of the way Air Business has maintained service throughout this period for its customers,” said Stuart.
“I’ve also had time to reflect about my own personal situation and my plans for the future, and have decided that the time is right to make this change. I have been privileged to have worked with so many fantastic people through my time with the company and I know how much I’m going to miss them. I wish everyone, colleagues and customers, all the very best for the future.”
Duncan Taylor will succeed Stuart as Managing Director. Duncan joined Air Business in 2013 as Program Development Director, becoming Group IT Director in 2015.
Adam Sherman, Air Business Group’s CEO, commented, “Stuart’s contribution to Air Business Subscriptions, and the wider Air Business Group, has been huge, and I’d like to thank him for his drive and determination to drive the business forward. Air Business Subscriptions has been at the forefront of innovation and service in the subscription management industry, which is losing a big personality and advocate.”
He added, “I’d like to congratulate Duncan Taylor for succeeding Stuart later this year, and to thank him for his leadership of our Group IT function. His extensive experience of Air Business Subscriptions, its clients and solutions stands him in good stead for his future role.”
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