Stella Voulgaraki has been appointed as Kaizen Gaming’s chief people officer.
Greece.- Kaizen Gaming, the rebranded operating company behind the Stoiximan and Betano sportsbooks, has named Stella Voulgaraki as its chief people officer (CPO). Working with chief executive George Daskalakis, she will be responsible for overseeing a recruitment drive to grow the company’s staff.
With considerable experience in human resources and talent development, Voulgaraki joins Kaizen Gaming’s senior executive team from the IT group NetCompany IntraSoft
Kaizen Gaming is planning to make new hires in the nine jurisdictions where Stoiximan and Betano operate, including Greece, Cyprus, Germany, Portugal, Romania and Brazil. Last year, the company ranked 9th in the Best Large Workplaces with 500+ employees category on the European Best Workplaces list compiled by The Great Place to Work index.
Daskalakis said: “In less than a decade, the number of Kaizen Gaming employees has exceeded 1,000 and the growth rate continues to be positive, exceeding 20 per cent each year.
“The development of our people and the attraction of new talents is of paramount importance for the company. With the addition of Stella to our team, I am sure that we will meet the challenge of further development of Kaizen Gaming in Greece and abroad and we will continue to be firmly on the list of the most attractive employers.”
Voulgaraki added: “I am very happy to be part of such a dynamic team, a company that invests significantly and systematically in the development of its people. The rapid expansion of Kaizen Gaming is a great challenge but also a great opportunity in terms of human resources.
“From my new position, my goal is to strengthen the high levels of employee commitment and to invest in the high level of talent that the organisation has.”