TENSHI CONSULTING ADD TWO NEW PARTNERS TO SUPPORT GROWTH

Tenshi Consulting

PRESS RELEASE

6th November 2012

For Immediate Release

Tenshi Consulting announced today the appointment of two new partners - Matt Sansam and Matt Woodley.  Tenshi Consulting was launched in January 2012 offering services to the digital & creative industries, specializing in games.

Matt Sansam joins the company bringing extensive experience working across the digital creative industries. He has 18 years’ experience in the games industry and is a programme manager for the UK Government's Technology Strategy Board.  Sansam specialises in full service deployment, project delivery and programme management and has worked with many organisations within games, film & TV, music and publishing.  Matt will be working with clients on large scale, complex projects and also building Tenshi’s business with public funded and 3 rd sector organisations.

Matt Woodley has been in the video games industry for over 27 years and has worked within the marketing and creative departments on many highly successful games for Eidos, SEGA and EA. Woodley brings to the company a passion for ensuring that marketing strategies are integral to the product development process.  Woodley will be focusing on consumer facing projects across the digital industries in addition to marketing Tenshi’s services.

Ed Daly, Managing Partner for Tenshi Consulting commented, “We are delighted to have our new partners on board, joining myself, Ian Baverstock and Jonathan Newth in rounding out the core team.  In the 10 months since launch we have undertaken a broad range of projects for clients and as we approach our second year the time is right to increase our bandwidth and also our range.  In the next few weeks we will be following-up with further announcements on the expansion of our consultant network in preparation to take our services to a wider group of clients in 2013.”

 


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