Banks Sadler expands team with new head of development

Banks Sadler has recruited Ali Nazarboland as head of development, to drive the growth of event technologies in line with rising demand from clients.

Ali Nazarboland joins Banks Sadler
Ali Nazarboland joins Banks Sadler

Nazarboland has more than 17 years experience in technology development, working specifically with event software. He brings a broad range of knowledge from roles including a software developer, a lecturer, a technical lead and designer and project manager.


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Nazarboland’s role will be to manage the ever-growing team of developers and testers required to deliver technology solutions for Banks Sadler’s clients, including Santander, Hyundai and Sony Interactive Entertainment Europe. A key part of his role will be to drive the development of event technologies and the proprietary Engage solution, as well as improvement on operational processes. 

Leigh Jagger, CEO, said: "We are absolutely delighted to welcome someone of Ali’s calibre to our team to help support our continued growth of our technology offering. 

He joins us with a wealth of experience from different industries and I’m sure he will be a huge asset to the company. We have some exciting plans on the horizon and I’m sure he will bring valuable skills to the systems team".

The agency has made several new appointments this year including Caron Livens as global sales director, and several new additions to its production and event technology teams.

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