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VIATEC Board Chair Steps Down

VIATEC Board Chair Steps Down

VICTORIA, BC (April 28, 2020) - Bobbi Leach, CEO of RevenueWire and VIATEC Board Chair, voluntarily resigned from VIATEC’s Board of Directors in light of the company’s recent settlement with the Federal Trade Commission (FTC). The company agreed to settle, rather than enter into costly litigation with the U.S. government and affirms this is neither an admission to the allegations themselves, or the FTC's interpretation of them. 

VIATEC’s Code of Conduct stipulates that board members avoid any situation which could be perceived as improper or indicate a casual attitude towards compliance. Recognizing this, Bobbi Leach has voluntarily resigned to spare the organization. 

“Bobbi served on our board for six years and has been an active participant in, and champion of, our tech community for much longer. We appreciate Bobbi once again putting the tech community first and voluntarily offering her resignation in recognition of our code of conduct and the reputational risks to VIATEC,” says Dan Gunn, CEO of VIATEC.



Dan Gunn





VIATEC (Victoria Innovation, Advanced Technology and Entrepreneurship Council), started in 1989. VIATEC's mission is to cultivate the most cohesive tech community in the world by providing resources to tackle shared opportunities and challenges while boosting a sense of belonging and shaping our region. (Victoria's biggest industry is tech!).

We work closely with our members to offer a variety of events, programs and services. In addition, VIATEC serves as the front door of the local tech sector and as its spokesperson. To better support local innovators, we acquired our own building (Fort Tectoria) where we offer flexible and affordable office space to emerging local companies along with a gathering/event space for local entrepreneurs.


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