Rob Sheffield resigns at Nakama Group

Rob Sheffield has resigned as CEO at international recruiter Nakama Group.

In a statement, released this morning, the web, interactive, digital media, IT and business change staffing specialist announced Sheffield had resigned with immediate effect.

Sheffield, a founding partner of the group, moved to Australia in November 2014 as managing director for the firm’s Asia-Pacific operations, before being promoted to CEO APAC and group CEO in August 2015.

Current CFO Angus Watson will act as interim CEO.

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