EveryMatrix names Chief Commercial Officer

27 October 2016
(PRESS RELEASE) -- EveryMatrix is pleased to announce the appointment of Nicolas Fleiderman as the new Chief Commercial Officer. As part of his executive position, Nicolas will be responsible for the EveryMatrix commercial strategy, supporting clients' growth and driving new businesses, as well as leading the account management, sales and marketing teams.
Nicolas brings more than 15 years' experience in the iGaming market. He has been part of the industry in multiple roles by operating, founding and revamping new and established gaming and service operations throughout the world. Nicolas is a Licentiate in Economics from St. Andrews University and holds an MBA from Bar Ilan University of Tel Aviv.
"Nicolas is an important addition for our company and we count on his experience and talent to help us better manage and nurture our present client base. As CCO he will oversee our commercial teams for a better connection among these divisions, support our clients' success and improve the overall client experience," commented Ebbe Groes, CEO of EveryMatrix.
With the arrival of Nicolas, EveryMatrix is paving the way to offering the best services for its clients by continuously improving the iGaming platform and assisting operators in reaching their target markets and business objectives. The continuous growth is linked not only to technological development, but also to finding and investing in key people, who share the same vision and can push the company forward.
"I am extremely excited to be part of the EveryMatrix team and I am sure that we’ll keep delivering our products to the utmost industry standards. I believe our role does not conclude to simply signing new operators, but includes offering better support and help clients develop alongside the company," added Nicolas Fleiderman, the new CCO of EveryMatrix.
As our company enters a new phase of international development and expansion, we are welcoming Nicolas Fleiderman as part of the EveryMatrix ever-growing family.