Stride details university partnership
Stride Gaming has moved to bolster its technology expertise by striking up a partnership with King’s College London.
The online gaming operator will sponsor a data analytics internship programme for students of King’s College.
Interns will work with the technology team at Stride, with a number of full-time roles at the company to be made available after the course.
Eitan Boyd, chief executive of Stride, said: “From its inception, Stride Gaming has been a tech-focused and data-driven business.
“I am looking forward to working with the gifted students of King’s College, London, to develop innovate and industry-leading solutions to drive improvement at Stride Gaming.”
The move comes after the confirmation of the appointment of both Dan Gabay as director of retention and Anandha Cabirdassou as head of business intelligence and analytics.
Gabay brings 15-years’ of experience as both a customer retention expert and experience-focused marketer, and will now focus on ensuring a consistent flow of engaging content and dynamic communications.
Cabirdassou has spent 15 years working with start-up businesses and large multinational companies managing analytics and data science functions, and will now use this experience to drive strategic business decisions to support Stride’s growth plans.
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