Tom Martin

Kinly Appoints Tom Martin as new CEO

Kinly has promoted Tom Martin as its CEO.

Tom was formerly Kinly’s Managing Director for Northern Europe. His experience with the company stretches back 15 years, beginning with Viju in the Nordics with roles in support, services and operations. With a passion for audio, his achievements and successes have seen him climb through the ranks to VP Technical Operation in Norway before Managing Director roles in Norway and, latterly, Northern Europe.

Kinly said: “This is an incredibly exciting time for Kinly and I am delighted to be announced as their new CEO,” said the 43 year old, before adding: “The past couple of years have set up the business for growth across the worldwide market and, with Kinly, we have the scale, assets & highly experienced teams to fully support local & global customers.

“Coming from a services background, I am proud to say it’s the dedicated Kinly service that sets us apart. Together with our valued technology partners, I’m looking forward to fantastic opportunities as hybrid work models continue to grow in popularity around the world.”

The appointment received the unanimous backing from the Kinly Board of Directors, with Chairman Jos Zandhuis adding: “In Tom, we have a CEO who knows the business inside-out and has a proven track record both as an executive and a leader with a passion for commitment to excellent service that’s infectious. Under his management, we have seen Kinly become the number one player across Europe, so have the fullest confidence in his ability to lead Kinly through its next phase of growth and development.”

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