Epos Now Announces Appointment of Chief Financial Officer

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Epos Now, a leading cloud-based software provider, supporting over 45,000 retail and hospitality locations across 71 countries, today announced the appointment of Imran Anwar as Chief Financial Officer. This appointment further strengthens the business’ Executive Leadership Team and provides a significant injection of relevant experience ahead of its anticipated IPO.

Imran brings 15+ years of cross-industry experience, in maximising sustainable company growth, raising capital, Initial public offering (IPO) and strategic business transformation.

Prior to joining Epos Now, Imran served as Deputy Group CFO at The Hut Group (THG PLC). During this time, he built out the finance, governance and risk infrastructure to drive the company through a successful IPO on the London Stock Market, the largest UK initial public offering for 3 years.

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“I am delighted to welcome Imran to Epos Now’s Executive Leadership Team,” said Jacyn Heavens, Founder and CEO of Epos Now. “He has a proven track record for successfully transforming, leading and professionalising fast-growth businesses. He also brings a deep understanding of both the risk and governance requirements of completing an IPO process and the ongoing responsibilities of managing a public company. This knowledge will be invaluable as we accelerate our growth plans together towards IPO and beyond.”

“I can’t imagine a more exciting time to join Epos Now,” says Imran. “We’re seeing rapid growth in the cloud-based POS and Payments market and I am looking forward to working with Jacyn to deliver that growth in a sustainable manner which drives long term shareholder value.”

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