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Home / Latest News / Angel investor Sharanne Basham-Pyke joins board of Woosabi

Angel investor Sharanne Basham-Pyke joins board of Woosabi

Angel investor Sharanne Basham-Pyke has become a director of Woosabi

The Cardiff-based  recently launched a ‘software as a service’ business management tool built for start-ups and small businesses.

Ms Basham-Pyke, who has made an undisclosed investment in the buisness, was formerly  after leaving her role a business transformation director at BT Global Services

She said: “Many women, especially of my age, look back at their successful leadership and management careers and decide that the next step into the corporate Boardroom is not for them.

“So, what to do next? After 30 years at this level, I’ve decided to have a portfolio career, investing my time in small businesses that want to grow.

“I was introduced to the team at woosabi at a local networking event and immediately recognised the potential for Woosabi and how my skills and experience can add value.”

Ms Basham-Pyke has joined the Woosabi team to drive take-up in the UK market and prepare woosabi for the global market.

Woosabi founder Tony O’Sullivan said: “We are delighted to welcome Sharanne to our team. Sharanne is a very successful businesswoman with a wealth of knowledge and experience. Utilising her extensive network and her strong management and leadership style to implement internal structures, Sharanne’s positive impact is already ensuring we achieve our objectives.”

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