DAZN beefs up commercial development team | Major Businesses | Business
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Live and on-demand sports streaming service DAZN has announced Paul Sexton-Chadwick as its new SVP of commercial propositions.

Paul Sexton Chadwick DAZN 13Aug2019Reporting directly to chief business development officer, John Gleasure, Sexton-Chadwick’s will be charged with enhancing the distribution of DAZN working with commercial premises in existing markets, whilst also identifying additional commercial opportunities using emerging technology solutions to drive maximum subscriber growth.

Sexton-Chadwick joins DAZN from Sky Deutschland, where in his most recent role he was responsible for Sky’s newly-formed Sky Ticket over-the-top business for which he developed from strategy through to execution across all content genres. Other career highlights include being part of the market execution team for go-to-market strategies including Sky+, HD, 3D, Sky Go and Ultra HD and major digital innovations in both Germany and Austria.

Speaking about joining the  service which has recently expanded its operations throughout the world, Sexton-Chadwick said: “I am delighted to be joining [DAZN] at such a significant time of growth. I’m inspired by the company’s ambition, innovation and sincerity around building a great customer experience. DAZN is not just about live sports, it’s about creating products and services that make theatre, memories and gladiatorial experiences for sports fans around the world.”

Gleasure added: “With the strong platform partnerships [we] have developed...we’re ensuring the continued growth of the company across all partnership areas. Paul brings an invaluable wealth of knowledge to the business and we look forward to the growth of our commercial enterprise division.”