Fast Growth Racing Post B2B expands commercial management team

The Racing Post has moved to expand its B2B division, confirming five new managerial appointments maintaining the fast-growth of its industry commercial services.

Updating the market, the Racing Post has appointed former beIN Sports’ head of product distribution, John Matthews as its new Head of Digital B2B services.

The firm’s B2B division which operates multi-media, content and data solutions for the racing sector and its wider stakeholders, has moved to further expand its client services team.

Racing Post B2B, has appointed former TurfTV senior sales executive Caroline Bourke as Key Partnerships Manager, handling the day-to-day management of the division’s top accounts.

Leading the division’s commercial drive is former Redactive Digital Media commercial executive, Darren Hales who is appointed to the position of New Business Manager.

The B2B division will be further supported by the appointments of Daniel Smith and Jay Dilger as Account Managers.

Eugene Delaney, Managing Director of Racing Post B2B, said: “It’s an exciting time at Racing Post B2B as we expand the team. We continue to develop and deliver market-leading products and services while providing our customers with the highest level of service. The calibre of these new recruits allows us to develop at a faster pace.”

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