Kambi Group Plc restructured its business development unit following the appointment of the former Entain Plc commercial leader Jamie McKittrick as the new VP of Commercial Management along with Promotion Sara Robertson — vice president of sales.
A 20 - Annual Industry Leader, McKittrick will be responsible for the management of the Stockholm-based group's commercial agreements with third parties, including the formation and oversight of data partnerships.
Robertson, meanwhile, will take the lead in coordinating Kambi's global sales. The new VP previously served as Senior Director of Sales and prior to joining Cambi 2018 gained seven years of experience in Access to income .
The new appointees will obey Cecilia Watchmeister , executive vice president and head of business and group functions, who welcomed new promotions from the company that recently announced the opening record for 2021 in their first quarter trading reports.
“We are delighted to welcome Jamie to Kambi and are confident that his vast knowledge and experience will enable us to realize the great value for Kambi and our partners. from all our commercial partnerships, ”said Watchmeister.
“With Sarah's well-deserved promotion, I believe the business is in good hands as we strive to make the most of the many exciting opportunities that d of us have to offer. "
The reorganization is carried out in accordance with the decision of the CCO Group Max Melzer to vacate his position this summer, taking over as CEO at an as-yet-unnamed iGaming firm.
Writing in Linkedin , Meltzer said: “This summer I am leaving Kambi after five years of service. ... I am thrilled to share the news about the iGaming platform, which I will lead as CEO. Thanks to those of you who wished me luck with this news, I will definitely contact you as soon as possible. "
During his five-year tenure as CFO, Meltzer provided notable assistance in overseeing Cambi's successful US expansion, where the company took over New Jersey's first legal online sports betting. one of the most active betting jurisdictions in the country.
Commenting on Melzer's planned departure, Wachtmeister said: “Although we are disappointed that Max is leaving us this summer, he has a fantastic opportunity and we wish him all the best. Although he leaves Cambi, Max will remain in the industry, so I am confident that we will remain in close contact. "