In an open letter to KaFe Rocks Group posted on social media, CEO Simon Pilkington announced that he will be moving on after five years with the company. He says that his departure will give the opportunity “to allow someone else the privilege of leading this exceptional business”.
The CEO said he will be leaving the group at the end of this year. He expressed his passion for the iGaming industry and stated that he will be taking time out to “refresh” and “recharge”. Mr Pilkington intends to pursue his interests in the wine and spirit industry by acquiring further internationally recognised accreditation.
Mr Pilkington added that it has been an honour to hold the position of CEO of KaFe Rocks Group. He expressed his respect and gratitude for the founding team and his colleagues adding that the next incumbent in the role of CEO will have “an opportunity to lead KFR on to the next level”.
Describing the founders as the “best of people” he thanked them for their support and willingness to ‘listen and challenge the status quo’. He also thanked his “c-level” management team and all his colleagues for their contribution in making the company a success.
Mr Pilkington concluded his ‘letter’ and announcement by drawing attention to the employment vacancies available that included the hire for his current role.
Mr Pilkington graduated from the Buckinghamshire New University with a degree in Sports Industry Management. He has been working in the iGaming sector since 2008.
Kafe Rocks Group was launched in 2018 and delivers high quality iGaming leads through strategic partnerships. Its headquarters are in Malta.
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