Isaac Mophatlane has been appointed CEO of the Business Connexion Group (BCX), with effect 1 August 2014. He will take over the role of his late brother, Benjamin Mophatlane, who passed away on 11 June 2014.Isaac is currently BCX’s head of sales and marketing and group executive of the Canoa division. Isaac, together with his twin brother Benjamin, co-founded what was then known as Business Connection in 1996 and has held various positions within the company over the past 18 years.
More recently, he provided leadership and direction in the Innovation division which houses BCX’s own software and packaged intellectual property prior to taking responsibility for the Canoa division which drives the group’s managed print solutions offerings.
BCX chairman Tony Ruiters comments: “Isaac has an intimate understanding of the company, its operations and culture and his appointment as BCX CEO was a natural choice.
“Benjamin’s legacy gives us a strong foundation to build upon and I look forward to continue working closely with Isaac to realise the vision and growth ambitions of BCX, both in South Africa and across the continent.”
Isaac is a member of the Black Management Forum, the Electronic Industries Federation of South Africa and the Black Information Technology Forum. He is also the deputy non-executive chairman of the Catholic Education Investment Company.