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d&b group welcomes chief digital officer

d&b group welcomes chief digital officer

d&b group welcomes chief digital officer

d&b group has announced the appointment of Andreas Gall as its chief digital officer (CDO). Gall is an accomplished chief technology, digital and innovation officer with three decades of experience in the media, event and brand content industries. He assumes the critical role of leading d&b’s digital strategy during a transformative period where technology-driven change is revolutionising the future of live events and entertainment.

As a seasoned C-level leader, Gall brings a wealth of experience in spearheading various digital transformation programmes, media productions, innovation and start-up projects. His career includes senior management roles at Antenne Bayern, 104.6 RTL, ORF and Red Bull. Additionally, he served as the CEO and founder of Human-Centric-Innovators GmbH and spent almost 15 years as the founding co-CEO/chief technology/innovation officer at Red Bull Media House.

Gall maintains a longstanding connection with d&b and is dedicated to maximising the impact of digital technologies to ensure a prosperous future. He commented: “Each day at d&b is an opportunity to turn fresh ideas into reality, fueling my passion for this ever-evolving journey in digital innovation. The journey ahead is full of possibilities and I'm thrilled to lead the charge across this rapidly changing digital ecosystem.”

Amnon Harman, CEO at d&b group, remarked: “I am excited that we have successfully recruited Andi to oversee our IT architecture and lead the digital strategy at d&b. He will collaborate closely with all business units and functions to ensure the development of innovative, customer-centric and value-creating digital solutions. These solutions will not only support our internal transformation but also cater to the evolving technologies required for future live event and entertainment formats.”



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