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ProVision CEO resigns

Cam Battaglia will step down from his position as the Chief Executive of ProVision on 14 October. Mr. Battaglia has been at the helm of the Australia’s largest independent optical group for almost four years.

The Optometrists Association of Australia established ProVision in 1989. The group now has more than 370 independent optometrist members nationally.

Announcing the resignation in a letter to ProVision members, Chairman Ian Bluntish said Mr. Battaglia had “made a significant contribution to the development and operations of ProVision”.

“During his period as CEO, ProVision has developed a significantly greater retail focus both in our organisational structure and in the programs and services that we have on offer to our members,” Mr. Bluntish said.

As ProVision CEO, Mr. Battaglia attended all ProVision board meetings and was influential in jointly setting the strategic direction of the organisation in conjunction with the Board of Directors

As ProVision CEO, Mr. Battaglia attended all ProVision board meetings and was influential in jointly setting the strategic direction of the organisation in conjunction with the Board of Directors.

Mr. Bluntish said ProVision was in a “sound financial position”.

“While we have faced new and unprecedented marketplace changes and challenging economic times over this time, the performance of ProVision member practices generally exceeds that of industry averages,” Mr. Bluntish said.

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