It's like Where's Wally, but we tell you where the execs are hiding.
The mobile space is booming and companies are expanding all the time, so this dedicated feature is designed to keep you updated with new hires.
Earlier this week, in-flight mobile communications firm AeroMobile revealed that 70 per cent of Brits want to use mobile while on planes, issuing a wake-up call for airlines to cater to their needs.
And today, the firm now announces Kevin Rogers as CEO. He receives a promotion from his previous role as head of revenue development at AeroMobile, and succeeds Pal Bjordal, who was CEO for two and a half years.
The move comes just a couple of weeks after Aero enlisted Rooster PR to acquire more exposure, while Rogers will also help drive expansion in 2013.
Rogers, said: "Pal has laid the foundations for a very exciting phase in AeroMobile’s development; we have seen accelerated growth over the past 12 months and 2013 promises to be a landmark year for us.
"I’m delighted to be taking over the reins at such a crucial stage in the company’s development; this year we’ve already seen traffic on the network outstrip the last six months of 2012, and we’re aiming to double the number of airlines offering the AeroMobile service before the end of the year."