Kaizen Gaming designates Claus Jansson as new Head of Affiliate Marketing

Kaizen Gaming designates Claus Jansson as new Head of Affiliate Marketing

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Kaizen Gaming, the largest GameTech company in Greece, has announced the appointment of Claus Jansson as the new Head of Affiliate Marketing and Media Buying for the company. Jansson’s addition to the team mirrors the company’s focus on creating a global strategy when it comes to affiliate marketing.

The Greek company is one of the fastest growing companies in the European continent and has seen major success over the past few years. By choosing Jansson for this position, it will be strengthening its fundamental team which in turn will enhance its strategic approach for local and international expansion.

Claus Jansson was formerly Head of Commercial for Better Collective and has lots of experience, rendering him very suitable for this new position. As Head of Affiliate Marketing and Media Buying at Kaizen Gaming, Jansson will be part of the group’s senior management team and will report to Kaizen Gaming’s CMO, Panos Konstantopoulos.

After taking on this new role, Jansson will be responsible for the planning and implementation of the company’s global expansion strategy.

The newly-appointed Jansson said: “It’s a great honour for me to be part of one of the most prominent and fast growing GameTech companies in Europe. Kaizen Gaming is among the industry leaders, having achieved many great things and received accolades and awards over the past years. It is my firm belief that Kaizen Gaming will become even greater, at an international level and I am excited to be part of this process.”

CMO Panos Κonstantopoulos stated: “We are very pleased to welcome Claus to Kaizen Gaming family and highly confident that he has the full potential to thrive in communicating the company’s great dynamics and values, while developing new, innovative ideas.”

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