Meet Rush’s new ceo

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AUCKLAND, Today: Leading design and technology studio Rush has appointed Brady Cox as its new ceo, based in Auckland, and bringing 20 years’ experience in tech-based leadership roles.

Rush chair Bruce Cotterill said: “Brady will lead the business on a new phase of growth, and takes the helm from departing ceo Pavan Vyas, who, after more than five years, steps aside to assume a non-executive director role on the company’s board.

“With over 20 years of international experience in senior leadership and C-suite roles, Brady brings a wealth of knowledge having managed territories including North America, Europe, SE Asia and ANZ, and joins Rush from Vesper Marine, a market leader in marine communications electronics and software.”

“Pavan Vyas will remain an important influence within Rush, turning his focus towards governance and strategic oversight.”

Cox said: “Rush’s reputation and track record make this next ceo role a very exciting proposition. The experience they have at solving complex business problems with design thinking and leading-edge development, is a great platform for success.

“What really attracted me to Rush was the way they have enacted upon their company purpose to build solutions that better serve humankind. They have completed projects that deliver on that purpose, the NZ covid tracer app being a standout example, along with their development of R/Vision and implementing exciting new tech.”

Cotterill: “Pavan Vyas will remain an important influence within Rush, turning his focus towards governance and strategic oversight as the technology company continues to progress its growth strategy, as well as continuing to provide guidance to the leadership team while Cox transitions into his new role.”

About Rush
Rush designs and builds technology to better serve humankind through human-centred design, agile development and bold leaps forward. They specialise in digital product design, user research and testing, artificial intelligence, machine learning and hardware and software engineering. Rush works with Z Energy, Ministry of Health, Public Trust, Google and the University of Auckland.

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