1st August 2019

Nick Wright joins Bonnier Books UK as chief information officer

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Nick Wright joins Bonnier Books UK as chief information officer

Nick Wright has joined Bonnier Books UK as chief information officer, following the departure of Justin King.

As CIO, Wright will be responsible for overseeing the company’s IT and business operations divisions and for developing and leading on IT strategy that enables and supports the business’ growth objectives.

King leaves the business after three years, following his relocation to Sweden.

“I’m delighted to welcome Nick to the business at a pivotal stage in our development … With his depth of expertise and strong project management skills, Nick will help us to take the business from strength to strength.”

Jonathan Perdoni, COO, Bonnier Books UK

Wright joins the company from Penguin Random House, where he spent 10 years, most recently as IT Operational Services Director and was responsible for the delivery of all IT services to the UK and EMEIA group. Wright has also occupied IT services roles with Fujitsu and IBM, as well as roles within the financial sector, including with Lloyds TSB and Dresdner.

“I’m thrilled to join Bonnier Books UK at such an exciting time, when IT will be key to delivering on the company’s high aspirations and growth targets. I can’t wait to get stuck into this fresh challenge, with the support of my new colleagues.”

Nick Wright, CIO, Bonnier Books UK

Jonathan Perdoni, COO, Bonnier Books UK said: “I’m delighted to welcome Nick to the business at a pivotal stage in our development. The role of CIO is critical for us as we transform our business technology and author care offering. With his depth of expertise and strong project management skills, Nick will help us to take the business from strength to strength.”

Nick Wright, CIO, Bonnier Books UK said: “I’m thrilled to join Bonnier Books UK at such an exciting time, when IT will be key to delivering on the company’s high aspirations and growth targets. I can’t wait to get stuck into this fresh challenge, with the support of my new colleagues.”