GrowthOps ANZ CEO Jason Polson exits after three months in the role

More changes have hit at Trimantium GrowthOps (TGO) with newly-appointed ANZ CEO Jason Polson leaving after just three months at the helm, Mumbrella can reveal.

Polson stepped into the role following a massive restructure of the TGO leadership team, including the departure of almost all its directors.

Polson has left after three months as ANZ CEO of GrowthOps

The change saw chair Dominique Fisher and CEO Paul Mansfield both exit, with Clint Cooper coming in as managing director and CEO and a brand new board including Scott Tanner as chair and Philip Dalidakis, Craig McMenamin and Jessica Hart as non-executive directors.

A spokesperson confirmed Polson had concluded his role today.

Prior to stepping into the ANZ CEO position, Polson was group director, creative, of AJF Partnership, a business which was acquired by GrowthOps in 2017. His promotion came at the same time as more than 30 roles were made redundant from the TGO business.

Polson joined AJF in April 2019 from Clemenger BBDO Melbourne where he was a managing partner.

In August 2019, GrowthOps reported a $65m loss to the Australian Stock Exchange (ASX), after revealing a $13m loss for FY18. The company’s share price has been on a downward trajectory since it listed in 2018.

GrowthOps’ share price has struggled since it floated on the ASX [click to enlarge]

Earlier this week, TGO reported its Salesforce Einstein business would be spinning off to become independent, rebranded as Lightfold.

Mumbrella has approached Polson for comment.


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