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Ian Kelso to take on 'expanded role' as CEO of Canadian Interactive Alliance

Interactive Ontario president steps down

The president of Interactive Ontario has stepped down from his position at the trade body, it has been announced.

Ian Kelso has left the position to take on an “expanded role” as the CEO of the national trade organisation Canadian Interactive Alliance.

Interactive Ontario has hired former Bedlam Games COO Donald Henderson to work with VP Max Berdowski whilst a replacement is found.

“Ian has been instrumental in building IO into a robust organization now serving over 300 member companies,” said Mark Bishop, Chair of the IO Board of Directors.

“The board thanks Ian for all of his contributions over the years and we look forward to working with him and the Candian Interactive Alliance."

Kelso was one of the original founders of Interactive Ontario in 2001, and became president of the trade body in 2002.

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