Mustard is a certified public accountant in the state of Nevada and has more than two decades of experience as a senior financial executive.
He’s worked with several hotel-casinos – similar to some of ZoomAway’s clients – which have generated underlying revenues [EBITDA] from as little as US$1mln right up to US$100mln+.
Mustard has also worked with publicly traded companies, which will no doubt help ZoomAway which is still in its first year on the TSX Venture Exchange.
“His professional career is demonstrated in his abilities as a financial leader and problem solver, with expertise in establishing financial systems, turn-around of deteriorating financials and working through regulatory issues,” ZoomAway said in a statement.
“His extensive background in the hospitality industry will be an asset to the Company as it pursues its growth objectives.”
Shares closed at C$0.12 on Tuesday.