Peter Lee appointed CEO of IIA
- 02 July, 2012 15:32
The Internet Industry Association (IIA) has appointed telco veteran, Peter Lee, as its new CEO.
With more than 28 years’ experience in the telco industry, Lee will be executing the roadmap objectives of the company’s Board as it begins its transition to a more contemporary focus on matters relating to the digital economy and productivity, and ecommerce.
“The rapid transition to the delivery of media by digital means, the accelerating expansion of online retailing, the social and policy changes associated with social media, multiple devices, and Cloud computing, as well as access to services not regulated in Australia each create significant challenges requiring the industry to have an active voice,” Lee said.
“I look forward to the many challenges and opportunities presented by the continued growth, development and evolution of our industry.”
Prior to joining the IIA, Lee held the role of TransACT Communications wholesale and regulatory strategy general manager, where he liaised with key stakeholders and customers. These included regulatory authorities, industry bodies, and State and Federal governments.
Lee has also contributed to the regulatory framework for telecommunications, the delivery of online content, media convergence, and the NBN.
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