Shaun Gregory is joining broadcast facilities and media solutions company EMG as its new Group CEO.
Gregory joins the company to continue the development of its transformation strategy.
He succeeds co-CEO Patrick van den Berg who after 15 years serving in various leadership positions at EMG will take on a new professional challenge, while co-CEO François-Charles Bideaux will become advisor to the CEO & EMG board focusing on specific areas such as sales, technology and M&A.
Gregory has over 30 years of experience in the media industry, most recently as CEO of media localisation company IYUNO Media Group (formerly BTI Studios) which spans 46 countries and 88 language types, servicing the world’s leading entertainment brands, including Netflix and Disney.
Fabrice Fouletier, partner at PAI Partners, the majority shareholder in EMG said: “We are thrilled to have appointed someone with Shaun’s credentials. He has an excellent track record, that spans over 30 years, in both listed and private equity backed companies. He has operated at the most senior level of some of the fastest growing companies in our sector and has done that successfully through innovation and a relentless focus on growth.”
Gregory added, “The industry need[s] to innovate with new technological solutions, and EMG are already leading the way. Our customers and partners will have changing needs, as the landscape develops, and I’m looking forward to us being ahead of the curve. It’s not just about innovation, it’s also about taking a very ‘customer-centric’ approach to everything we do. I’m very proud to be joining the team, and providing the leadership for the next chapter.”