George Nagy replaces Rob Monster as the Digital Town CEO

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George Nagy replaced Rob Monster as the Digital Town CEO. The change was made last Friday, September 14.

Rob Monster stepped down as CEO, and also off of the Board of Directors of Digital Town.

Rob Monster said to OnlineDomain.com: “I have stepped down as CEO of DigitalTown as of earlier today, September 14. Although the SEC filing will come out shortly, this transition has been planned for some time. The below email went to the staff last night. I own approximately 18 million shares and am not planning on selling shares anytime soon.”

This is the email that went out to Digital Town staff on September 13:

Dear DigitalTown Team Members

As many of you know, George Nagy has been appointed to the position as CEO effective September 14.
I wanted to take this opportunity to add my perspective on this move.

First of all, I am excited about this next phase for the company. I look forward to watching the progress as we transition from *global concept* to *local reality.* Based on his background and his initial work as a Board Director and as Chief Operating Officer, I am confident that George will bring the type of operating discipline that will be appropriate for success in the next phase.

At the same time, George brings a professional network that is familiar with capitalizing and growing public companies. This competency will be important both as the company pivots from of a historical dependence on raising funds from angel investors, and also paves the way to an eventual NASDAQ listing, possibly sooner rather than later.

This transition is happening at a very important time, both for the company, but also for the world. In the absence of a major intervention, in the not so distant future, there will be no viable middle class and there will be few locally owned businesses. DigitalTown is an antidote against winner-take-all that can improve quality of life for local communities around the world.

Although I have stepped down as CEO, and also off of the Board of Directors, I continue both as a large shareholder as well as an enthusiastic fan of the company. I look forward to ongoing dialog with George as the company embarks on the next phase. For now, I thank you for your efforts — past, present and future — and I wish you a successful and *impactful* onward journey!

Regards,
Rob

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About Konstantinos Zournas

Konstantinos studied Computer Engineering and Computer Science in London and lives in Athens, Greece. He loves domains and building websites. He is online since 1995, learned about html in 1996 and got into domains in 2002. He started the OnlineDomain.com blog in 2012.

4 comments

  1. 18M shares @ 8 cents = $1.44M.

    CEO raked in about that per year in salary.

    As the old saying goes, revenue cures all, don’t think DGTW had much.

  2. Their whole business model seems very unattainable.

    Thousands of thin directory websites with little to no unique content backed by a crypto exchange they created.

  3. Hello Konstantinos,
    Rob Monsters, leadership, will not be missed. We have had serious doubts about his vision for the company.
    JAS
    Gratefully, Jeff Schneider (Contact Group) (Metal Tiger) (Former Rockefeller IBEC Marketing Intelligence Analyst/Strategist) (Licensed CBOE Commodity Hedge Strategist) (Domain Master )http://www.UseBiz.com

    • Concerned Investor

      Rob spent his time and DT’s money globe trotting and attending endless conferences instead of working on ways to generate revenue, he drew a substantial salary and sold a big chunk of stock a year after joining DT and at its highest point. He also took a trip to Israel which seemed to serve his own religious interests at stockholders expense.
      He should be investigated for fraud.
      Concerned Investor.

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