Monday 3 July 2017

Breaking News - CEO Malcolm McCullough Resigns


The CEO of Queen Victoria Market Pty Ltd, Malcolm McCullough, has today announced his resignation.

Malcolm has reflected on a year of significant achievement, including the development of the retail plan, and decided that it is time for him to return to his first love – the customer.

The Chair of the Board Paul Guerra has expressed his thanks to Malcolm for the very significant contribution he has made to the market.
 “The Queen Victoria Market is a better place thanks to Malcolm’s work – this includes the retail plan, his approach to trader engagement including improved trader communications with the weekly publication of the Trader Bulletin and the inaugural Trader Awards Night, the appointment of key staff to help guide the management company into the future, and an increased customer service focus have set a clear direction for the future. He has made changes in all aspects of the market that will position it well during and after renewal,” Paul said.
“The Board wishes Malcolm all the very best for the future and hopes that Malcolm will remain part of the market family as he takes on new endeavours.”

Malcolm said that he was confident it was the right time for him to make this change but that he would miss the staff and the trading community.
Malcolm’s last day at the market will be Wednesday 5 July.

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03/07/2017 19:20:12 Malcolm McCullough "His resignation. was a shock. I was very sad to read this..
He and the predecessor were the best CEO's we ever had.. Our loss I think." Andy
Agree Andy - very sad. The retail resurrection of our market seems to have many barriers - Ed.

04/07/2017 06:42:38      TITANIC         "Too much politicization marginalize stallholders and result in half empty market. We are witnessing in two years how Board of Directors change CEO's, not letting them do anything till the end. Maybe it is time for Board of Directors to give up on us and let business find his way." Mino