Noble Gaming has appointed Jorge Bazan as Sales Manager for Latin America to lead its strategic operations in the region.
Mr. Bazan joined the Business Development team in the new established Noble Gaming’s office in Buenos Aires, Argentina with the aim to develop the LATAM market with his over 10 years of experience in gaming sector, successful track record in fulfilment of Sales plans, Marketing and Organization working groups and with extensive knowledge in the markets of Argentina, Ecuador, Paraguay, Peru, Bolivia and Uruguay.
Mr. Bazan has significant experience in the entertainment industry leading Latin American Gaming Association during the period June 2004 to November 2011. During this period, he proved himself as a Senior Executive with a marked success and excellent management tools, with extensive knowledge in the management of outcome and compliance with corporate policies, financial goals and sales results.
Regarding his incorporation to the company, Mr. Bazan said: “I´m delighted and pleased to be joining Noble Gaming during an exciting period of growth and international plans expansion. Opening new office in Buenos Aires where gambling industry is strong, well developed and competitive is successful step forward for the company. I’m sure that our advanced and high technology and our products will be received with satisfaction by customers in LATAM market. I look forward to sharing my experience with the team to help drive the company forward and meet the global objectives that the company needs to achieve.”
Nevena Aleksieva, Sales and Business Development Director at Noble Gaming, added: “It is a pleasure and honour for us to welcome to our team such an expert in the gaming industry as Jorge. I am sure that his knowledge and experience will contribute to a quick and successful penetration of our products in the market. We will work together to achieve the goals we have set: to deliver innovative products that meet our customer’s needs and to maintain the unity of original approach, high quality and expected performance.”