AMSTERDAM–(BUSINESS WIRE)– TomTom (TOM2) today announces that Toine van Laack has decided to step down from the Supervisory Board of TomTom N.V. as of 1 September 2015 due to the fact that he has ended his employment at Janivo Holding B.V. Toine was appointed in 2013 upon the nomination of Janivo Holding B.V. and Dasym Investment Strategies B.V.
Toine van Laack was able to contribute significantly to the company’s strategy during his time as a Supervisory Board member at TomTom, thanks to his knowledge and understanding of the various markets in which TomTom is active. He has also been of great value to the company as a member of the Audit Committee.
“The Supervisory Board of TomTom is sincerely appreciative of Toine for his commitment, expertise and willingness to constructively contribute to the development and growth of the company’s activities over the past years. The Supervisory Board regrets his departure and wishes Toine every success in the future” said Peter Wakkie, Chairman of the Supervisory Board of TomTom.
At TomTom (TOM2) our mission is to make technology so easy to use, that everyone can achieve more.
We created easy to use navigation devices, helping millions of people to get where they want to be. Today, we continue to simplify the complex, making technology more accessible for everyone.
We have four customer facing business units: Consumer, Telematics, Automotive and Licensing.
We make easy to use navigation devices, sport watches and action cameras for consumers. We enable businesses with vehicles to more easily manage and improve fleet efficiency whilst increasing overall business performance with our Telematics solutions. We also offer a world leading real-time map platform that is powering innovative location based services and helping to make automated driving a reality for the automotive industry.
Founded in 1991 and headquartered in Amsterdam, we have 4,200 employees worldwide and sell our products in over 46 countries.
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