TGC– The Games Company Expands Staff

7.3.2008 | Publisher TGC– The Games Company expands its staff. Forthwith Jessica Pfefferkorn and Julien Renzaho support the Berlin-based team. Pfefferkorn comes from dtp Entertainment AG where she last worked as a marketing coordinator for the full price games segment. Before that the economic sciences graduate was employed at the agency group Scholz&Friends in Hamburg and Budapest. In the position of a marketing&sales coordinator at TGC Pfefferkorn acts as a link between the departments and reports directly to marketing manager Christian Sauerteig.

As an international sales manager Julian Renzaho is responsible for the international sales activities of the expanding publisher. Renzaho had been working in the same position at Frogster Interactive Pictures AG before and coordinating international sales at Pointsoft SA for several years. Before that he gathered sales experience in the entertainment industry, among others at Joan Records Entertainment and Hemming AG. Julian Renzaho reports to general manager Markus Malti.

Christian Sauerteig, marketing manager at TGC, welcomes the staff expansion:„Exciting projects and manifold challenges await TGC in 2008. Our new colleagues enrich the Company with their drive and excellent expertise. We are very well prepared to accomplish our ambitious goals.“ General manager Markus Malti appreciates the additional expertise brought in by the new staff members.„With his ten years in the industry Julien Renzaho provides valuable contacts and expert knowledge. Considering our expanding company and product policies, TGC needs experienced workers fitting into our ambitious team just now.“

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