Amber Gaming has promoted Jade Zorab to managing director, where she will be in charge of the company’s strategic development, growth, and results, as well as overseeing the operations and business development departments.
Zorab previously held the position of director, where she was responsible for business growth and strategy in the fields of gaming, ecommerce, and training. She has been with the company for over five years.
Key role in internationalisation
Zorab is said to have played a key role in the company’s internationalisation, rebranding, and commercial growth, having worked through a wide range of product and service sectors prior to her appointment to the board.
“It is a privilege to be appointed to the position of managing director, especially at such an exciting point in our journey. Having been involved in the sector for the last 12 years, in May we will reach our one-year anniversary as Amber Gaming and what we have achieved under Ted’s stewardship as a team is nothing short of phenomenal,” she explained.
“On behalf of the whole team, I would like to wish Ted all the best in his new role with the wider group. I will be starting my new journey with the support of 33 talented peers who are each instrumental to our success, and with the appointment of 10 new recruits to support our growing international business, with many exciting plans on the horizon.
“Despite global circumstances, there continues to be a growing demand for our services, and this provides us with continued optimism for the outlook of the gaming sector. I look forward to building on our current success using our established values and excellent service delivery to exceed the demands and expectations of both our clients and team.”
Zorab has a Bachelor of Laws and a Diploma in International Marketing Management from the University of South Africa. She is also a member of the Institute of Directors, a trustee of Love Tech, a charity that was created to inspire and empower young women in the Isle of Man to pursue STEM opportunities, and she participates in sporting activities to raise money for charities, most recently running the virtual London Marathon in aid of Hospice.