BOCA RATON, FL--(Marketwire - Apr 1, 2013) - DubLi, Inc. (
David W. Sasnett, age 56, has served as a director of Consolidated Water Co. Ltd. since December 2004 and since June 2006 has served as Consolidated Water Co. Ltd.'s Executive Vice President and Chief Financial Officer. In 2005 and 2006, Mr. Sasnett was the Chief Financial Officer of VoIP, Inc., a publicly-traded provider of communication services utilizing voice over internet protocol technology. During 2004, he was the Vice President of Finance and Controller for MasTec, Inc., a specialty contractor and infrastructure provider traded on the New York Stock Exchange. Mr. Sasnett was the Chief Financial Officer of Catalina Lighting, Inc., a publicly-traded manufacturer and distributor of residential lighting and other consumer products from 1996 to 2002. Mr. Sasnett's experience also encompasses more than 12 years with the auditing and consulting firm of Deloitte & Touché, LLP. Mr. Sasnett has been named Chairman of DubLi's Audit Committee. Mr. Sasnett has a BSc in accounting from the University of Florida.
Michael Hansen, President and Chief Executive Officer of DubLi, stated, "David is the consummate financial professional with significant Board experience working with public companies. It is with great pleasure that we welcome him to DubLi's Board and look forward to his contributions."
Blas Garcia Moros spent 15 years at Microsoft Corporation, from May 1985 until February 2000, where he was one of the founders of Microsoft Latin America. Mr. Moros held numerous positions during his tenure at Microsoft, including positions in Latin America and Asia, as well as the Company's headquarters in Redmond, Washington. His last position at Microsoft, from September 1997 to February 2000, was based in Singapore as the Regional Director South Asia and President, Microsoft Regional Sales Corporation (Asia), where he was responsible for the management and leadership of the region which encompassed all countries within Southern Asia, including India, Indonesia, Thailand, Philippines, Vietnam, Malaysia and Singapore. Since leaving Microsoft, Mr. Moros has been a private investor in a variety of businesses, and is currently an advisor to and a member of various advisory boards of several private companies, primarily in the technology sector. Mr. Moros speaks four languages and holds a Bachelor's degree in Business Administration from the University of Innsbruck, Austria.
Mr. Hansen continued, "Blas has tremendous experience building and managing businesses around the world which will continue to be invaluable to DubLi as we grow and develop our global business strategy. He understands the DubLi business model, the development process and how to successfully enter new markets both from operational and marketing perspectives. His contributions, leadership, commitment and dedication to DubLi over the last two years have been unparalleled making him the natural choice to succeed Niels Burtenshaw Thuesen. During his tenure as DubLi's Chairman, Niels played a valuable role in establishing our corporate governance and code of conduct protocols. His interests in both his family business and new professional position made it difficult for him to continue dedicating the necessary amount of time to DubLi as we enter this important phase in our company history. We thank him for his service and wish him well in his future endeavors."
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Investors and others are cautioned that a variety of factors, including certain risks, may affect our business and cause actual results to differ materially from those set forth in the forward-looking statements. These risk factors include, without limitation, the risk of (i) an inability to establish and/or maintain a large, growing base of productive business associates; (ii) an inability to develop and/or maintain brand awareness for our online auctions; (iii) a failure to maintain the competitive bidding environment for our online auctions; (iv) a failure to adapt to technological change; (v) a failure to comply with governmental laws and regulations applicable to our business; and (vi) a failure to maintain our internal controls. The Company is also subject to the risks and uncertainties described in its filings with the Securities and Exchange Commission, including its Annual Report on Form 10-K for the fiscal year ended September 30, 2011.