IPG International on Monday announced the appointment of Gus Noble (pictured) as company general manager, responsible for all Asian sales and marketing, and ongoing operational activities.
Mr Noble will also be setting up the IPG regional office in Phnom Penh, Cambodia.
The firm said in a press release that the appointment was “part of its ongoing growth management strategies”.
IPG International, also known as Indo Pacific Gaming, was established in 1989 and has its headquarters in Sydney. The company is a regional gaming equipment supplier and gaming operator to the Asian and Australasian market.
“Gus has worked with IPG for the last 18 months as our sales director,” said company chief executive William Redshaw.
He added: “Gus’s long-term gaming experience in the Asian region and his strong customer focus, is a good fit with IPG corporate philosophies.”
Mr Noble started his career as a chartered accountant with KPMG, and moved on to consulting, specialising in the gaming industry, business development marketing and sales. In 2007 he moved to Macau, where he established a boutique gaming consulting company.
It was announced last month that IPG International was linking with Virtual games specialist Kiron Interactive (Pty) Ltd to supply a Keno gaming system to NagaWorld casino resort, in Cambodia.
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