TEG has today (Wednesday) announced a management restructure with Cameron Hoy (pictured left) appointed to the new combined role of chief commercial officer and managing director of ticketing.
Hoy, who was previously chief operating officer and head of ticketing for TEG, will be taking on oversight of TEG Analytics, TEG Insights, TEG Digital and Commercial as well as all TEG’s ticketing operations globally.
In addition, Ian Ball (pictured right) has joined TEG as chief operating officer and will oversee the operations, technology, IT, communications and corporate affairs functions, as well as leading TEG’s venues globally.
The company said in statement that the restructuring was part of the long-term global expansion of its integrated business model.
TEG chief executive Geoff Jones said: “This is an evolutionary, fit-for-purpose restructure which is all about making sure we are streamlined for global growth in the longer term, as we battle the challenges posed by COVID-19.
“It aligns our businesses in the right way and brings in additional senior talent as we continue to evolve our integrated model.
“I am delighted to appoint my long-time colleague Cam Hoy to this critical role for TEG going forward. With his proven track record, Cam is the ideal executive to lead our increasingly global Ticketing operations and aggregate our Analytics, Insights, Digital and Commercial businesses to maximum effect for TEG and our partners.”
Ball has more than three decades’ leadership, M&A, digital and consulting experience in London, New York and Asia-Pacific. He has been working with the TEG leadership since February.
Ball was previously chief executive and managing director of ASX-listed global professional services company Cardno, as well as the deputy chief executive and markets leader of EY Oceania, managing partner at IBM Global Business Services A/NZ and a former operating partner at Silver Lake, which purchased TEG in October 2019.
Jones added: “Ian brings a wealth of global experience to our company, which will be invaluable as we look to extend our technology leadership and expand our integrated model globally.”