Computer Troubleshooters Leadership Transition

Computer Troubleshooters Leadership Transition

Atlanta : GA : USA | Jan 15, 2012 at 12:57 AM PST
Source: PRWeb
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January 15, 2012

Computer Troubleshooters Chief Executive Officer Chip Reaves announced his resignation today. After 13 years at CT, the top tech support franchise worldwide, Reaves will turn his focus to a new project, Bigger Brains.

Reaves’ official last day with Computer Troubleshooters will be March 2; however, he’ll continue to serve as a consultant for several months. He’ll also stay involved with the local franchise, Computer Troubleshooters of Anderson (South Carolina), which he runs with his wife and several partners.

“It's definitely an interesting time, with mixed emotions all around, but I'm convinced that now is the right time for me to do something new,” Reaves said.

John Davies, Chief Executive Officer of Merrymeeting, Inc, the company that took a majority interest in Computer Troubleshooters in 2008, will lead Computer Troubleshooters this year. Also, Kelci Cotter and Kim Weinberger will be joining the CT corporate management team. Kim is a highly experienced CT franchise owner and Assistant National Director.

In 1999, Reaves became the first Computer Troubleshooters franchisee in the United States. Launched in 1997, Computer Troubleshooters now has more than 450 franchises worldwide in more than 28 countries. Ranked by Entrepreneur Magazine, Franchise Business Review, and as a top technology franchise.


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