Forsite announces new CEO, Nathan Cheeseman

May 25, 2021

Forsite has announced the appointment of Nathan Cheeseman as Chief Executive Officer. Simon Yock will continue to provide strategic advice and direction in his ongoing role as a Director of Forsite.

Simon Yock said “With customers in multiple countries and upcoming product releases that add significant functionality, we needed someone with strong international tech experience in a large organisation to lead Forsite in its next phase. We are delighted to have found someone of Nathan’s calibre, capability and experience”.

Nathan’s most recent role was both as VP – Corporate and Managing Director (APAC) for global forex provider XE.com. With over 400 staff in multiple countries, XE.com’s digital solutions are used by tens of thousands of organisations. You can learn more about Nathan’s background on LinkedIn.

“I’m excited to be joining the Forsite team. Their passion and talent have put Forsite at the forefront of solving critical health and safety problems for site managers globally” said Nathan.

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