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Geniebelt brings in Elecosoft director for UK expansion

Geniebelt has appointed former Elecosoft executive director Jason Ruddle as its UK managing director.

The project management software firm is expanding in the UK and Mr Ruddle will become its UK leader in April.

Geniebelt chief executive Ulrik Branner said: “The recruitment of Jason Ruddle marks an exciting and important step in our global expansion.

“His experience and knowledge of the UK market will bring significant assets to us in bringing transparency and efficiency to the construction industry.”

Mr Ruddle said: “I am very pleased to be joining GenieBelt, which has a mission to transform the construction industry.

“I am impressed not only with GenieBelt’s software platform that brings construction programmes to life and aids transparency, accountability and collaboration within the construction process, but also with the company’s strong commitment to making a difference.”

Geniebelt was founded in Denmark in 2013 and provides project management and communications software for the construction industry.

European ConTech Summit

Tomorrow Geniebelt and Construction News will be holding the first European ConTech Summit in London, with investors from across Europe set to hear from top technology speakers.

The event will hear presentations from leading tech entrepreneurs and representatives of McKinsey and the Construction Leadership Council on ways to improve the construction industry.

A full write-up will follow in Construction News in print and online.

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