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ATM elects 2 new board members

Friday 7 May 2021 | 19:09 CET | News
Polish data centre service provider ATM has elected two new members to its management board, reports Telko.in. Radoslaw Potera, the CTO of the company, and Wojciech Sadowski, the CFO, have been elected to the board. 

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Companies: ATM
Countries: Poland
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