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Endemol Makes New Appointments

David Jullien has been appointed as director of business development for gaming at Endemol. Regional directors have also been named in key markets.Jullien will be responsible for launching new games and gaming applications based on Endemol's library of gl

David Jullien has been appointed as director of business development for gaming at Endemol. Regional directors have also been named in key markets.

Jullien will be responsible for launching new games and gaming applications based on Endemol's library of global entertainment brands, as well as new IP developed by the group's creative teams around the world. His career has included driving the digital gaming strategy of European channel TF1, most recently as head of digital gaming and social networks. Jullien has recently been working as a digital consultant to Endemol.

In addition, Endemol has appointed several regional directors to manage all the company's local activities around the world. They are: Joerg Bachmaier (Americas), Jaume Vilalta (Spain, Portugal and Italy), Georg Ramme (Germany, Poland, Turkey and Russia), Justine Ryst (France and French-speaking Europe), Seema Khan (the U.K.) and Branco Scherer (rest of the world).

"These are key international roles within Endemol Worldwide Brands; they will be central to driving the growth of the business in partnership with Endemol's operating companies around the world," says Olivier Gers, chief executive officer of EWB. "David Jullien's appointment strongly positions us in the digital gaming space while our regional directors further strengthen our local presence in the world's leading markets."

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