New CEO appointed to the helm of Sydney Fish Market

New CEO appointed to the helm of Sydney Fish Market
Staff reporterDecember 7, 2020

The board of Sydney Fish Market has welcomed its new chief executive officer.

Greg Dyer, is succeeding Bryan Skepper, the general manager of Sydney Fish Market, who retires in September following four decades with the organisation. 

Sydney Fish Market Chairman, Grahame Turk said: “Greg has a strong commercial background, with a grounding in property, and has significant experience in leading the change and growth of prominent development precincts. He has held successful senior roles in high profile private and public enterprises, focusing on leadership, team cultivation, strategy development and community engagement.” 

Greg Dyer said: “My initial focus will be on bringing my commercial background to benefit the operating and business models of Sydney Fish Market.

“As well as leading Sydney Fish Market through a period of change, my priority is to ensure that we build upon the status of being on Sydney visitors’ ‘bucket lists’, a huge drawcard at seasonal moments in the year, and the important role that we play in many Sydneysiders’ lives.”   

Dyer brings to the role extensive experience driving change in large-scale commercial environments, requiring the management of diverse stakeholders.

He was previously CEO of City of Parramatta Council, leading the development of Parramatta as the central city in the GSC’s three city model and successfully instigating the city-defining $2b Parramatta Square urban renewal project. 

There will be a transition period with Skepper, who departs following a 44-year career with the company.

Skepper will be retained by Sydney Fish Market in a part time advisory capacity in the lead up to the redevelopment.  

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