Global digital collection society AMRA has hired Robin Davies as Head of International & General Manager, reporting to AMRA’s CEO Tomas Ericsson.
Based in London, Davies will manage relationships with collection societies, collective management organizations, and CISAC, to further improve operational efficiency and deepen partnerships.
Furthermore, Davies will work with the AMRA executive team on strategy and business development.
Davies brings with him strong experience from his years at PwC where he advised Fortune 500 companies, private equity clients, and startups across technology, media, telecom, and banking industries.
During his time at PwC, Davies also led the original AMRA work in designing the separation from Kobalt. He is specialized in organizational design, technology driven transformation and operational strategy.
Prior to joining AMRA, Davies worked as VP, head of business operations at Kobalt Music Group.
During his time with Kobalt he helped organize the company’s global technology platform to drive technology and automation into Kobalt’s core processes, which has created operational leverage and productivity.
“I could not be more pleased to have Robin on board.”
Tomas Ericsson, AMRA
Tomas Ericsson, CEO of AMRA, said: “I could not be more pleased to have Robin on board. I have worked with Robin for a number of years and his operational capability alongside his fundamental understanding of how to apply that knowledge for AMRA in the current and future music industry will further complement our growing team in AMRA in our next phase of growth.”
“I’ve always been drawn towards AMRA’s relentless determination to bring transparent and data driven technology services to help creators in the music Industry, and I’m now looking forward to supporting AMRA achieve this ambitious goal.”
Robin Davies added: “I’ve always been drawn towards AMRA’s relentless determination to bring transparent and data driven technology services to help creators in the music Industry, and I’m now looking forward to supporting AMRA achieve this ambitious goal.”
AMRA expanded its presence in Europe in October 2018, with a new Stockholm office to further support its Scandinavian and northern European clients.Music Business Worldwide