Malta-headquartered online casino operator PressEnter Group has named former Kindred Group director Nicolas Renaux in the role of head of strategy and business development.
The role will see Mr Renaux support PressEnter Group with its stated aims of launching more brands and enter more regulated markets worldwide.
He leaves Kindred Group after nine years. His most recent role was that of group director of delivery and portfolio management, before which he occupied the post of head of commercial business development.
The iGaming industry veteran served with Uinbet Group for six years before his time at Kindred, moving on after working in the position of program manager for his last three years with the firm.
Commenting on the appointment, Mr Renaut said:
“PressEnter has grown at a tremendous pace thanks to the incredible team that it has in place.
“The organisation has everything that it needs to achieve its goals, underpinned by a clearly defined strategy for how to complete its mission. I will use my knowledge and experience to enhance the processes and strategies in place to ensure success.
“Of course, I will do this while making sure that we maintain the mindset of a start-up and that we use the intelligence of the team to take what we need from the corporate world without losing our identity as an agile, entrepreneurial, fun organisation made up of brilliant people.”
PressEnter’s CEO, Lahcene Merzoug said:
“Our plans to become a top tier operator are as ambitious as they are clear. We know that to achieve our ultimate goal we need a team of top talent and in Nicolas, we have someone that is a professional and cultural fit.
“I look forward to working with him closely as we continue to establish the business as a major player in the industry.”
He will help support the handover to Platform & Sportsbook CEO Richard Carter and provide ongoing support to the board of directors until the year end
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