Founded by entrepreneur, Andrew Xeni, Fabacus is the developer of proprietary data management software platform, Xelacore. Some of its blue-chip clients include Epic Games, Ultimate Fighting Championship, Skydance Animation, Ubisoft Entertainment, Fanatics and Activision Blizzard.
The news follows the appointments of licensing industry veteran, Rosalind Nowicki, former head, global consumer products, franchise marketing, Mattel, as well as seasoned retail executive, Richard Price, managing director, clothing, home and beauty, Marks & Spencer, to the Fabacus board earlier this year.
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“The role that Fabacus is assuming in the industry to collect and provide validated, structured data will aid all parties in the value chain, connecting everyone from IP owners to marketplaces to consumers. I am thrilled to be joining such a strong board and management team, using my experience to provide direction, opportunity and open new avenues of growth with a clear strategic trajectory.”
“Not only does Dan appreciate and understand the need of what we are building here at Fabacus by advancing current industry practices, but he also brings with him vast experience and knowledge in building technology businesses,” says Xeni, founder & chief executive officer, Fabacus. “Our board is now a stellar lineup with some of the most authoritative voices from licensing, retail and marketplace technology to truly complement our business trajectory. In a new age of regulation and stricter data requirements, I am hugely excited at the role Fabacus and our Xelacore technology will play in underpinning this industry evolution from compliant product datasets through to validated and verifiable digital product passports.”
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