Ian Freeman chosen as new Chief Revenue Officer at FSB

Ian Freeman chosen as new Chief Revenue Officer at FSB

Posted by: AffPapa

Online sportsbook and iGaming supplier FSB has announced the appointment of Ian Freeman to its senior management team as the new Chief Revenue Officer. As Chief Revenue Officer, he will report directly to CEO Dave McDowell at the firm’s London office, and from now on will be in charge of developing its sales and business development teams as well as creating and establishing business critical strategies.

At the moment, FSB are focusing on entering new and emerging markets, mainly in the US where the company has identified remarkable opportunities and markets for its products and services.

McDowell stated: “I am delighted to welcome Ian to the team and for FSB to be able to leverage his unrivalled knowledge, experience and talent to drive our sales and business development teams on to even greater success. We continue to build up our impressive senior management team at FSB and Ian is the latest piece of that jigsaw. He will also play a central role in further establishing FSB in the markets we are currently active in and also put us in the driving seat to succeed in new jurisdictions such as the USA.”

Freeman has been involved in the gambling industry since 2012, having held a large range of senior positions with popular firms, including Kambi, where he was the Chief Commercial Officer for five years.

Before he joined FSB, he originally held the role of Vice President of Business Development and Commercial at IGT’s PlayDigital division, during which his primary responsibilities were focused on global B2B sports and iCasino proposition.

Freeman commented on his new position saying: 

“I am really delighted to be joining FSB at what is a hugely exciting time for the business as it looks to increase growth in both new and existing markets around the world. The FSB team have developed a very relevant, agile and scalable gaming technology and service proposition, and I am very proud to join a group of industry specialists on its exciting growth journey.”

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