New appointee to Household Capital board

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Household Capital, an independent, specialist retirement funding provider has announced that entrepreneur and technology specialist Danny Gorog will join its board of directors.

Danny specialises in the development of mobile apps and digital platforms, as well as providing strategic advice to businesses. He is a founder, investor and currently CEO of Snap Send Solve, a technology platform that simplifies the reporting of issues to local councils in Australia and New Zealand.

Danny also co-founded Outware Mobile (outware.com.au), Australia’s leading mobile app developer in 2009. Outware develops apps for a number of ASX-100 companies, including ANZ, Coles, NAB, NIB, Qantas, RACV, Seek and Telstra. He sold Outware to Melbourne IT in 2015.

An active investor in early stage start-ups, Danny is currently a director and board member of Melbourne Symphony Orchestra, a director of ASX-listed DWS Group and a trustee of the Telematics Trust.

Josh Funder, Household Capital’s CEO, commented, “Danny brings Household Capital superb entrepreneurship and technical focus.”

“We use a digital platform to fulfil our longstanding mission to help Australians Live Well At Home™ and deliver home equity as a core part of Australian retirement funding.”

“Danny’s appointment will provide a strong resource and sounding board for our tech team to draw on.”

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