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Mark Exeter becomes new COO at Kraken

Caption: Mark Exeter is the new COO at Kraken

UK-based Kraken Technology Group has appointed Mark Exeter as its new Chief Operating Officer.

Mark Exeter joins Kraken from L3Harris where he was Managing Director of the UK Autonomous Surface Vehicles (ASV) division. With a 30-year career in engineering and technology-focused businesses, 16 of which he spent leading multi-disciplinary teams in maritime robotics, Mark’s appointment as COO will be a significant catalyst and force multiplier for Kraken’s operational capabilities, the company said.

Mark Exeter ist neuer COO bei Kraken
Mark Exeter is the new COO at Kraken

“Kraken has a bold vision and is at a very exciting point in this journey. I look forward to bringing my expertise, skills and industry knowledge to enhance the team’s already impressive capabilities and strengthen the team as it prepares for the next phase of growth to meet future global defense and security capability requirements,” says Mark Exeter.

Mal Crease, Founder and CEO of Kraken Technology Group, adds “Kraken continues to drive the development of its transformative high-performance coastal platforms, and key hires like Mark ensure robust and sustainable delivery of these ground-breaking solutions. He is an exceptional addition to our team and we look forward to welcoming him to Kraken.”

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