Aurora Labs appoints Peter Snowsill its Chief Operating Officer

July 9, 2019

Aurora Labs appoints Peter Snowsill its Chief Operating Officer

Peter Snowsill has been appointed to the newly-created role of COO at Aurora Labs (Courtesy Aurora Labs)


Aurora Labs, Bibra Lake, Australia, has appointed Peter Snowsill its first Chief Operating Officer (COO) as it moves closer to commercialisation of its Rapid Manufacturing Printer (RMP-1). Snowsill is said to have over twenty-five years technology-based executive, engineering and project management experience across Australia, the Asia-Pacific and the Americas, including in the SME, multi-national, government and not-for-profit sectors.

According to the company, Snowsill has had extensive business and project leadership success including business growth, company sale and integration, technology development and significant project management and governance in water treatment and renewable energy technologies, serving in CEO, Business Unit Director and General Manager roles.

David Budge, Aurora’s Managing Director, commented,“We are delighted to have recruited Peter as our new COO. He brings substantial experience of operating in high-growth technology companies. He will provide valuable leadership and skills as we continue to execute our commercialisation and growth strategies in both Australia and overseas. He is a strong addition to our executive team.”

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