Bodog Europe has continued its unprecedented recruitment drive as they announce two new members of the team and persist to signal their intent to the rest of the gaming industry.
Since they started the aggressive recruitment drive last year, not a month goes by that we don’t hear Bodog Europe hiring the best staff that the gambling industry has to offer and this month is no different.
The latest hires come from renowned gambling industry names Betfair and Sportingbet. Ed Perridge joins the company as the Senior BI Marketing Analyst after being responsible for CRM and Outbound campaign reporting at Betfair.
As part of the Bodog team Ed will be tasked with assisting the business in understanding the impact of marketing campaigns and providing insight to aid improved decision making.
Joining from Sportingbet, Richard Ashington takes up the reigns as the new Technical Project Manager. In his previous role Ashington was accountable for the full project life cycle across all business areas within IT.
A Bodog Spokesperson commented: “Bodog Europe is more active than any other operator in recruitment right now but we still have a whole host of opportunities to fill. We need to keep up with our own growth and that means we will continue to need skilled resource in all areas of the business for many months to come.”
Not wanting to be left out, Slots.com has also begun their recruitment drive with the addition of an Online Customer Acquisition Manager.
Stefanie Brown was acquired from Ladbrokes where she was their Acquisition Marketing Executive working across all acquisition channels. With Slots.com, she will be developing the online acquisition strategy for the site and carrying it out through centralised teams.
Charlie Goodenough, European Head of Marketing for Slots.com, commented: “Now Slots.com has opened its doors for business we want to build the site with direct input from customers. We are still very much in the launch phase of the business but now we will start to actively recruit and build our team in line with the growth of the site.”
Bought by BodogBrand.com for £4m last year, the site is currently in its beta phase.