Telecommunications services group, Inabox, has appointed former Telstra executive, David Rampa, to its board as non-executive director.
Rampa is currently Non-Executive Director of ASX 200 company, M2 Group Ltd, and Chair of M2’s Nomination and Remuneration Committee.
Inabox Group Chairman, Siimon Reynolds welcomed the appointment. “As Inabox Group implements its strategic plan for growth, David's telco industry know-how and wide global experience will only add to the strength of Inabox Group's board,” he sad.
IAB buys broadband capacity from Telstra, Optus and AAPT and sells it to more than 200 retailers via its Telcoinabox business across Australia.
Rampa has held senior executive positions with both Telstra and SingTel Optus, and was the Director of the Wholesale Division.
During his tenure at both Telstra and SingTel Optus he served to promote and further develop the Australian telecommunications industry as the Deputy Chairman of SPAN (the Service Provider Association).
Rampa has recently spent time working in investment banking in New York, for advisory firm Aleutian Capital Group. While in the US, he also served the Australia business community as the President of ANZACC (Australian, New Zealand, and American Chamber of Commerce) Midwest.
Since returning to Sydney, Rampa has joined Hall Capital Strategies as a partner; a boutique corporate advisory firm offering business strategy and corporate advisory services, including capital raising, trade sale, merger and acquisition, and IPO services.
He is a Fellow of the Australian Institute of Company Directors (FAICD) and sits on the Advisory Board of Rock Star Music Inc., a New York based online music creation, Electronic Dance Music (EDM) streaming, and social networking platform.