‘Alumni Perspectives’ Webinar Series
Alumni Relations and the Postgraduate Career Service look forward to welcoming our next speaker in the ‘Alumni Perspectives’ Webinar Series on Thursday 23 September at noon – 1pm (BST) / 3pm (UTC) / 7pm (Asia)/ 7am (EST)
Our speaker is alumnus – Tim Stokes (MBA 2014), Senior Global Business Executive and former SVP, Head of Opportunity Markets (Asia, LATAM, Russia, India and Middle East & Africa) at Sony Interactive Entertainment who will discuss – “Level Up – PlayStation and the changing gaming landscape”.
Tim will talk about trends in the gaming industry – covering growth, impacts of pandemic, new entrants and future growth as well as PlayStation’s response to new entrants and changing landscape and predictions for the future.
Tim is accomplished and innovative business leader with 25+ years’ experience in strategy, sales, marketing & operations within the gaming, consumer electronics and distribution sectors. He has built and led highly motivated and engaged international commercial teams across Europe, Asia, Middle East, Australia, LATAM & India.
Tim continually over-achieved against budget whilst creating organizational and route-to-market efficiencies. He is data driven with an eye for detail and a challenger mindset.
Most recently, Tim was Senior Vice-President, Head of Opportunity Markets for Sony Interactive Entertainment where he reported to the Head of Global Business Operations, where he was responsible for delivering stretching physical and digital revenue targets across SIE’s emerging markets.
For information on Tim’s full career details click here.
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