Jamie Sones, Chief Financial Officer (CFO) for Joblogic.

Tech scale-up CFO appointment primes Joblogic for rapid growth

Effective immediately, Jamie Sones has been appointed Chief Financial Officer (CFO) for Joblogic.

As a strategic and commercially minded CFO, Sones is an exciting appointment, one poised to support the company into its next phase of growth, following Joblogic’s recent private equity cash injection by Axiom Equity. With his proven track record in scaling businesses, Sones is perfectly positioned to propel Joblogic forward at an important juncture in the company’s development.

Sones, 29, cut his teeth at Receipt Bank, where he played a pivotal role as Director of Business Development during a transformative period for the company. He joined Receipt Bank when it was 50 people and led finance and business development as the company rapidly mushroomed to over 1,000 employees, and its subsequent acquisition by Hg Capital.

This experience at the company, which is now known as Dext, holds relevance to Joblogic’s current growth path.

In addition to his tenure at Dext, Sones spent three years at TIER Mobility, a rapidly growing European urban scooter/bike/moped innovator, where he held the position of Director of Strategic Finance. This role allowed him to gain valuable insights into strategic planning and operations within a high-growth company.

Sones also possesses an extensive roster of distinguished investors with whom he has previously collaborated. He has joined forces with industry giants like SoftBank, Insight, Goldman Sachs, Mubadala, among others.

Now, at Joblogic, Sones brings a unique perspective, combining his expertise in finance with a hands-on approach to business. He is equipped to offer concrete improvement strategies to enhance Joblogic’s performance and drive its growth.

“The significant market potential and Joblogic’s exemplary execution capabilities are the factors that distinguish the company,” said Sones. “My objective is to elevate Joblogic from being a profitable UK/West Midlands business to becoming a multinational B2B SaaS enterprise.”

Commenting on the appointment James Whatmore, CEO of Joblogic, said: “We are pleased to welcome Jamie on board, as he brings invaluable expertise that will help guide Joblogic’s future growth trajectory. Having prior experience of rapidly growing tech innovators, he understands the needs of the investment community and the challenges associated with scaling and enhancing the internationalisation of a company.”

By Mark Adair – Correspondent, Bdaily

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