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Campus Living Villages congratulates its CEO, Martin Earp, on his new role as the CEO of InvoCare, an ASX listed company that owns and operates funeral homes, cemeteries and crematoria around Australia, New Zealand and Singapore.
CLV Chairman, Walter Carpenter, thanked Mr Earp for his contribution to CLV and his role in consolidating CLV’s position as a global leader in student accommodation services.
“Over the past five years Mr Earp has overseen the company’s sustained growth as one of the largest owners and operators of on-campus accommodation globally with more 41,000 beds across Australia, the United States, the United Kingdom and New Zealand.” said Mr Carpenter.
Mr Earp will continue with CLV for the next three months, before taking up his new role. CLV has commenced an international search for a new CEO to further enhance its position as a world leader in student accommodation services.