Two Circles Announces Management Reshuffle

August 13, 2014

Sports data agency Two Circles have revealed a shuffle of their management as part of a new three-year strategic plan.

The company has grown quickly since inception in 2011 and now has just under 50 employees. 

The agency has created a new management structure, medical with three current team members reporting into Co-Founder Gareth Balch, cheap who assumes the title of Managing Director. Phil Stephan, viagra order former Head of Database Marketing and Insight at Chelsea Football Club, has been appointed as Head of Client Services. Craig Stoddart, formerly Global Marketing Manager at BP, will act as Head of Client Operations. Jackie Hunter, formerly of Punch Taverns and Manchester City FC, takes the role of Head of Development. The focus of the team is to provide the highest quality work alongside excellent technology innovation to the growing number of Two Circles clients.

These changes to the organisational structure coincide with the appointment of three experienced figures from the customer insight and marketing space. Kris Gotsch joins Two Circles as a Lead Consultant, having left his position as CRM Manager at Eredivisie, the top Dutch football league. Paul Latham, formerly Business Insight Manager at The Amateur Swimming Association, joins the agency as a Consultant. Sophie Davison is joining as Development Manager from her current role as Head of Information Systems at the Football Foundation.

Matt Rogan, assuming the role of Chief Executive of Two Circles, said, “As an agency we believe we are ‘only as good as our last game’ and it makes sense for us to build on our positive start by further investing in the service we provide to our clients. Data is increasingly proving to be the fuel to major revenue streams in sport, and Two Circles 2.0 is designed to accelerate the return data will bring. We are fortunate to have developed a very talented team at all levels of our organisation who are ready to meet the challenges ahead.”