The soon-to-be-named Motopia (ASX:MVH) has announced two new high-profile hires, as it seeks to rebrand as a mobile content and marketing company.
The company, currently named MedicVision, has appointed Matthew Gerard as its newest non-executive director.
Gerard is currently the chairman of the Snapdragon Group of marketing and distribution companies. He also has experience in marketing and distribution through his history as former CEO of the Mistral Group.
Motopia on Friday revealed it had also tapped Veronica Duff as its new CFO.
Duff is a certified practising accountant (CPA) and has spent the last five years as the Financial Controller of multiple ASX-listed companies.
Motopia changed its business focus to mobile media and marketing with the $8 million acquisition of mConnect, the terms of which were finalised last month.
Its name change requires shareholder approval, which will be sought at the company's AGM on 7 December.
MVH shares ended Monday's trading 10 per cent lower at $0.099. Its shares have been trending down since reaching a record high of $0.155 on 4 November.