IPH announces new leadership appointment at Griffith Hack

12 November 2020

IPH announces new leadership appointment at Griffith Hack

IPH Limited (IPH) has appointed Aaron LePoidevin as managing director of Griffith Hack. Griffith Hack is a member of the IPH group.

LePoidevin has extensive experience in the professional services industry, working at PwC for more than nine years, both at a director and partner level. Most recently, he was head of online for Uber Eats, a role which fostered his passion for growth and innovation.

“Aaron has had an impressive career and his diverse experience demonstrates his strong leadership capabilities and strength in client relationship and strategy development,” said IPH managing director and CEO Andrew Blattman. “He is an innovator by nature with exceptional people skills, and I’m sure Griffith Hack’s clients and staff will have an exciting future under his leadership.”

LePoidevin said he is thrilled to be joining Griffith Hack and the IPH group more broadly. “Griffith Hack is a well-established brand in the Australian market and, as a member of the IPH group, I see a real opportunity for us to further enhance our service offering to clients throughout the established IPH network in Asia.”

LePoidevin commenced his new role on October 19, 2020.

IPH Limited is the holding company of AJ Park, Griffith Hack, Pizzeys, Practice Insight, Shelston IP and Spruson & Ferguson. It was the first IP services group to list on the Australian Securities Exchange.

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