Swedish slot specialist Quickspin, a Playtech Group company, is proud to announce that Anthony Dalla-Giacoma has been promoted from head of account management to chief commercial officer of Quickspin.
During his career, Anthony has always worked in commercial positions, primarily in account management but also as a business developer and a market-entry expert. After spending the first 10 years of his career in the IT industry and mainly in the UK, where he worked with leading research and consulting firm Gartner, he transitioned into gaming in 2013 when he joined NetEnt in their Malta office.
Regarding his immediate plans as chief commercial officer, Dalla-Giacoma says that “The ISO certification and developing our own platform in 2021 were two significant game changers, which will open up huge opportunities in 2022 and beyond. Controlling our platform means we have control over our destiny in terms of market entries, and we’ll be able to support new and existing partners across even more markets as well as enter new and exciting regions.”
Daniel Lindberg, Quickspin CEO, said: “I couldn’t be happier to see Anthony being promoted to chief commercial officer. Such a rapid promotion is evidence of his hard work and the amazing results he’s achieved in the last year. It’s also a great testament to our vision and strategy of promoting and developing our employees, always encouraging and allowing them to expand their skills and take on more responsibility.”
Sandra Lindberg, chief people officer, continued: “Growing and developing within the organisation has been a part of our DNA since day one, and we’re always creating opportunities for our employees to take on new challenges. Inclusivity is the foundation of our on-going strategy, which highlights the importance for our colleagues to grow into new roles and makes it natural for them to do so. In a short period of time, Anthony has gone above and beyond, demonstrating his capacity for taking on more responsibility whilst simultaneously earning great trust in his leadership skills. I’m very happy to see him move into his new role as chief commercial officer.”