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  • Exclusive: One-on-one with Vita Group CEO, Maxine Horne

    Hailing from the UK, Vita Group CEO, Maxine Horne, left school when she was just 16. Along with her husband, David McMahon, they operated their first Fone Zone store in Queensland in 1995. Fast forward 20 years, that single operation has transformed into 149 outlets

  • Vita Group doubles profits

    Australia’s largest Telstra dealership, Vita Group, has more than doubled its net profit, according to full-year results announced on Monday.

  • Vita Group profits take a dip

    ASX-listed retailer, Vita Group (ASX:VTG), has recorded a 12 per cent dip in net profit to $6.8 million for the 2011 financial year ending June 30.

  • Vita Group profits drop 16 per cent

    Tech reseller, Vita Group (ASX:VTG), has seen net profits after tax drop 16 per cent to $6.3 million for the six months ending December 31, 2010. But operating revenue rose by 37 per cent to $198.5m in the same period.

  • Next Byte changes guard

    [[xref:http://www.arnnet.com.au/tag/Apple|Apple|All on Apple]] reseller, [[xref:http://www.arnnet.com.au/tag/Next Byte|Next Byte|All on Next Byte]], has experienced a management shuffle following the departure of general manager, Shane Flynn. According to a statement on the ASX by its parent company, Vita Group, Flynn departed to pursue other interests. According to Flynn’s LinkedIn profile, he spent one year in the role. In the meantime, [[xref:http://www.arnnet.com.au/tag/Vita Group|Vita Group|All on Vita Group]] joint CEO, Maxine Horne, will directly manage the Next Byte business. “Shane has added some excellent insights and perspectives in the time he has been with us, leaving his mark on Next Byte and I thank him and wish him all the best,” Horne said in a statement to the ASX.