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ONELAN announces passing of David Dalzell

After a long battle with cancer, David Dalzell has died, having steered ONELAN to become a force in the digital signage industry. Since 1988, the company has achieved a turnover in excess of £5 million, and employs 40+ people worldwide.

ONELAN has announced the death of David Dalzell, the company’s founder and managing director, following a long battle with cancer.

Dalzell established ONELAN in 1988 and the company has focused on digital signage and IPTV for the last twelve years. He led the company from its beginnings in his garage, to the expanding organisation it is now, with a turnover in excess of £5m and employing over 40 staff worldwide. He was particularly proud of ONELAN winning two Queen’s Awards for Enterprise; one for Innovation, the other for International Trade; over half of ONELAN’s revenues are from export sales. A series of industry awards and continued growth bear testament to David’s vision and drive.

“David will be much missed,” said Nick Randall, ONELAN’s chairman. “Over the past two years, he strengthened the board and management teams with a view to securing the long-term future of the company. We continue to pursue David’s vision.”