Sixty is expanding its C-level management team, and is happy to announce that Espen Gabrielsen has joined as Chief Financial Officer.
Espen brings in a lot of experience from having worked at TV2 for 15+ years, many of them as CFO for TV2 Interactive. He was also CFO at Vimond a while back, and recently worked as CFO at Corvus Energy. We're really proud to have him join our team.
Sixty represents 15 years of experience in delivering on-air graphics, streaming technology and strategic online TV design projects to customers like TV2, Altibox and RiksTV. Over the last 5 years Sixty has grown to become a global technology vendor within the rapidly changing world of TV. Today Sixty delivers it´s interactive TV platform, Ease Live, to some of the world’s largest broadcasters and sports leagues in the world, helping them engage their audience in new ways and grow their ratings by delivering new interactive TV graphics for streaming services.
In close collaboration with Huawei, Sixty also offer new STB user experiences through it’s Ease TV product, which is currently being rolled out to European TV distributors. The Sixty products serve millions of people with engaging TV experiences globally.
“It is a priviledge when such experienced people are joining our company at this stage in the company's history”, says Kjetil Horneland (CEO) “Espen could have worked anywhere and yet he chose Sixty because he believe so strongly in what we are building for media businesses worldwide”.
Espen reveals that he is really happy to be back in the TV business, and we are excited to hear that he already feels quite at home here at Sixty´s headquarters!
“I’m very excited about joining such an innovative media tech company as Sixty. After 20 years experience from the broadcasting industry, l want to use my experience contributing to strengthen the finance and accounting structures. Together with the highly professional management team we will continue to be innovative and create digital business models that add value to customers throughout the world. This again enabling Sixty to grow further”.