ActiveXchange Announces Karen Slabbert as Product Manager, ANZ
Data technology expert, ActiveXchange announced that following an extensive recruitment process, Karen Slabbert has been appointed as the new Product Manager, Australia and New Zealand.
ActiveXchange Managing Director James Ellender said, “We are delighted to have someone with Karen’s wealth of leadership experience, entrepreneurial spirit and track record of performance for supporting customers, brands and retail, hospitality and charity stakeholders who generate shared value through data and insight, over many years in Australia and her homeland, l ‘South Africa “.
Looking forward to his new role, Slabbert added, “I am delighted to use my experience with Big Data in the retail and hospitality industries to make a difference in the sports, sports and hospitality industries. leisure and recreation. ActiveXchange has built something truly amazing, and I feel honored to be able to join the team.
“ActiveXchange’s SportsEye network provides a targeted opportunity to bridge the gap between government, venue operators, sports organizations and many other parts of the ecosystem to better address physical activity, participation, infrastructure, investment and advocacy. “
“In a post-COVID world, now is the time to collaborate as an industry and connect to a platform that can gather factual information that will help Australia and New Zealand reconnect, rebuild and to prosper as a society. “
Slabbert will work alongside the Data Science team and play an important role within the ActiveXchange leadership team, listening to partners to shape strategic thinking as ActiveXchange develops products and solutions in close collaboration with companies. clients.
For more information on ActiveXchange, visit www.ActiveXchange.org
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