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Centerprise has poached Luke Ireland from rival UK PC builder Evesham.com.

Ireland left his job as operations director at Evesham on June 1, and started at Dixons PC supplier Centerprise at the start of July.

But Ireland, who spent ten years at Evesham after joining the outfit straight from school, today remained cagey about his job title at Basingstoke-based Centerprise.

Although the position is "something to do with sales" and he is not a director, Ireland declined to elaborate. "All will be revealed very shortly," he said.

Centerprise is 83 per cent owned by its MD Raffi Razzak, who is worth £83 million, according to the Sunday Times Rich List. ®

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