StarLeaf continues global growth surge with expansion into Australasia

With its new investment in Australia and New Zealand, StarLeaf establishes local presence to serve a flourishing market.

April 8, 2015

Tim Fulton, General Manager, Australia & New Zealand

 

London, UK, April 08, 2015: StarLeaf, cloud video conferencing service provider and video endpoint manufacturer, announced further expansion and an increased presence in Australasia, with the appointment of well-known industry veteran, Tim Fulton, as General Manager for Australia and New Zealand.

Tim Fulton will oversee and manage StarLeaf’s growth throughout the region. Talking of his appointment, Mark Loney, StarLeaf CEO, said “We’re fortunate to have Tim join us right at a time of accelerated growth and increased demand for our products and services across the region. With his vast industry experience, we are now poised to seize this opportunity and establish ourselves as a market leader locally.” The increased demand for video conferencing in Australasia has not gone unnoticed.

Leading market intelligence source, Global Industry Analysts, published a report last month (March 2015) asserting that the local video conferencing market is set for the most growth with a compound annual growth rate of 13.5 percent. “Demand for a high quality and easy-to-use video conferencing experience has never been stronger and StarLeaf is establishing a robust position in Australasia with its global cloud, innovative product range and ubiquitous interoperability.” Said Tim Fulton.

Tim has joined StarLeaf from Telstra’s Collaboration and Contact Center Practice and has over 20 years’ industry experience.

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