David Orrick, director of communications and business development at casino technology supplier Novomatic AG, is to leave the company at the end of the year, the firm has announced.
He has held the post for nine years.
“David Orrick leaves Novomatic on the most amicable of terms and the company management has stated its respect for his decision, their thanks for an excellent longstanding cooperation and all best wishes for the future,” the Austria-based business said in a statement.
Mr Orrick said: “I leave Novomatic with many happy memories and with thanks to the many friends, colleagues and business partners with whom I have cooperated so successfully over the past nine years.”
He added: “This was a very difficult decision for me but I now need to turn the page and begin to write a new chapter in my life.”
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