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Julia Jones will join US Internet training company HyCurve as MD for EMEA. Jones, who recently resigned from ilion faculty, will head up HyCurve's planned expansion into Europe, followed by the Middle East and Africa. She will report to Michael Pinkman, HyCurve worldwide sales VP, when she joins the company next month. Carolyn Rose, HyCurve CEO, said of Jones: "Her leadership and expertise in the training and certification industry, and her business acumen and relationships, will establish HyCurve as the leader in Internet-focused training and certification in the EMEA market." Jones said she was delighted at the appointment: "The Internet is becoming the technology platform for businesses, and e-business in particular is ready to explode in Europe. "This is going to open new markets literally overnight, and create positions that will demand the e-skills necessary for a wide variety of Internet-based business solutions." Before ilion faculty MD, Jones worked in the training divisions of Azlan and InterQuad. ®

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