GLI promotes three account managers in EMEA

October 6, 2022 1:38 PM
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October 6, 2022 1:38 PM
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Gaming Laboratories International (GLI) has promoted Francesca Badon, Caio Parry, and Antonino Santangelo from account managers to senior account managers to support GLI’s growing team and client base in Europe, the Middle East, and Africa (EMEA).

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Francesca, who is based in Italy, joined GLI in 2019 as an account manager working with clients to support their market strategies for increasing revenue and expanding into new markets. Having worked in previous account-management roles, she brings a wealth of experience in the fast-growing igaming industry.

Caio is also taking on a new challenge, having joined GLI in 2018 as a project manager, before taking on the role of business development manager, based in the UK. He is experienced in working with clients who are both new and long-term partners to GLI, ensuring they receive the level and quality of service they expect from GLI.

Antonino, who is based in Malta, is the third member of the EMEA team to be promoted to senior account manager. He has been with GLI for more than six years, bringing with him more than 10 years’ experience in all areas of the igaming and betting industries and is known for his market insights and knowledge of the latest innovations in both the casino and sports-betting sectors.

GLI Vice President of Sales for EMEA, Chris Davies remarked, “As demand for GLI services continues to grow both in EMEA and globally, so does our team of talented account managers equipped to provide the customer service our clients rely on. The new senior account manager roles will provide strategic oversight across our key client accounts as well as identify opportunities for current and new clients to grow and expand their operations. Their combined expertise in new technologies, igaming, and sports betting will enhance the service and support we offer across the EMEA region.”