Grand Parade boosts senior management with O’Reilly & Miller hires

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John O’Reilly and Martyn Miller

Industry development and innovation specialist Grand Parade has announced two new senior executive appointments, as John O’Reilly and Martyn Miller join the company.

John O’Reilly joins Grand Parade as non-executive chairman. A 25 year gambling veteran, O’Reilly has held senior leadership positions at Ladbrokes where he led the eGaming division from inception in 1998, and latterly as Managing Director of Coral Interactive (2011 -2015)

“There has never been a more exciting time to be working in the gambling industry. The innovative work that Grand Parade is doing for its customers is exemplary of the degree to which service providers can provide very significant value-add to gambling operators.” O’Reilly commented on joining Grand Parade

Martyn Miller joins Grand Parade to lead its Krakow (Poland) development branch, overseeing a team of nearly 100 employees working on technology solutions for the industry. Miller has prior igaming technology development experience having worked as Gala Coral Director of Website Development (2010 -2013).

Miller said of his appointment: “The technology team based in Krakow is of central importance to the future of Grand Parade. The developers are specialists in sports betting and gaming and I am excited by the quality of talent in our offices here. This is a chance to help mould a growing company’s culture, ensure we soak up the best talent in Krakow and its surrounding areas and build on the considerable success already enjoyed by the business here.”

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