Award-winning gaming technology company and innovative leader, FSB announced the appointment of its new Business Development Director on Wednesday this week.
Andrew Grimshaw to Lead FSB’s Expansion in UK, Ireland and Europe
FSB revealed that it hired Andrew Grimshaw to serve as Business Development Director for the UK, Ireland, and European regions. In his new position, he will spearhead the company’s sales strategy within those regions. Moreover, FSB explained that Grimshaw will be leading the “growing cross-vertical Business Development team in the territories across online and retail.”
Before joining FSB, Grimshaw served as a digital sales manager at SiS, the global data supplier. He was a part of the company for three years and nine months which helped him gain key knowledge, experience, and understanding of sports data rights and feeds. Before that, Grimshaw was a part of Return where he served nine months as a business development consultant.
His professional experience includes one year and four months as a business development director at Play – Design & Innovation between November 2015 and February 2017. Grimshaw has also served as a business development consultant for 10 months at Songkick.
FSB Plans to Keep Momentum, Continue Growing in 2022
Grimshaw said in a statement, that it is exciting to join FSB after such a successful year. He acknowledged that the company has undoubtedly gained momentum which will result in further growth. As a part of the sports betting industry, Grimshaw said that he has kept an eye for the market-leading proprietary products and services which FSB offers.
“After such a successful 2021, this feels like a really exciting time to be joining FSB.”
Andrew Grimshaw, Business Development Director for UK, Ireland and Europe at FSB
He revealed that thanks to his professional experience, he cannot wait to “showcase this award-winning sportsbook and leading tech stack to new partnerships and markets.”
According to FSB’s chief revenue officer, Ian Freeman, global growth was a part of the company’s strategy this year. Additionally, he outlined that FSB inked multiple partnerships for the European, African, and North American markets.
“Global growth has been a key element of our year at FSB with major partnerships secured in Europe, North America and Africa.”
Ian Freeman, Chief Revenue Officer at FSB
Freeman predicted that this growth will continue next year and will be further boosted by Grimshaw’s international experience. He deemed Grimshaw as a “proven winner” and a huge asset for FSB. In conclusion, Freeman said that Grimshaw will help propel FSB “in the region and deliver rapid growth next year and beyond.”