iiNet appoints two new directors

Appointments follow the recent departures of Simon Hackett and Paul Broad

Internet service provider, iiNet, has appointed Patrick O'Sullivan and Paul McCarney to its board of directors.

The two appointments follow the recent departures of Simon Hackett and Paul Broad.

O'Sullivan, is currently a non-executive director of Carsales.com, a non-executive director of Little Company of Mary Healthcare and is chairman of Healthengine, an online medical directory serving 500,000 visitors a month.

He was previously chief financial officer at Optus and Goodman Fielder, and once held the role of chief operating officer at Nine Entertainment Co.

McCarney's experience includes co-founding search marketing agency Decide Interactive and founding digital marketing company Life Event Media.

His current directorships include Cirrus Media Australia, a large B2B publisher and Trade Me.

iiNet chairman, Michael Smith, said the new directors brought a great mix of experience and talent to the board.

"Both Pat and Paul have a strong background in the online and technology space and we're confident that they will bring some exciting new thinking as we continue to grow the business."

Read more: Simon Hackett splurges $2.2 million on battery storage developer RedFlow

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