ZOO Digital is pleased to announce the appointment of Nathalie Schwarz as non-executive director with immediate effect.
Nathalie brings 20 years of board-level international experience from her roles in both publicly listed and privately-owned companies. She has particular expertise in the media and digital technology sector with a career spanning broadcasting (television and radio), mobile and digital interactive platforms and information/data services. This includes as Group Commercial and Development Director at Channel 4 Television Corporation, overseeing the negotiation of its commercial partnership with UKTV. She also served as Group Strategy and Development Director at Capital Radio plc as the FTSE 250 company completed an £800 million merger to create the largest commercial radio analog and digital group.
A qualified corporate finance lawyer, Nathalie began her career at leading global law firm Clifford Chance and has since served as Chair of Boards, Remuneration Committees and Nominations Committees. Her non-executive experience includes roles at Wilmington plc, Matomy Media plc, BigHand, Optionis and Amiad Water Systems plc. She currently represents technology suppliers as Vice-Chair of The International Trade Association for the Broadcast and Media Industry (IABM).
“We are delighted to welcome Nathalie to the Board after a comprehensive appointment process. She has a strategic understanding of the media and digital technology sectors, which will contribute valuable insight to support ZOO’s international growth trajectory. This additional non-executive appointment further strengthens ZOO’s governance and board-level expertise to reflect the growth in scale and global reach of our business and our ambitions for the future. Nathalie will also Chair our Remuneration committee.”Gillian Wilmot, Chairman, ZOO Digital
Nathalie Schwarz commented:
“ZOO’s end-to-end service offering puts it in a fabulous position to take a further share of a fast-growing, multibillion-dollar industry. Market drivers for global media content are firmly in ZOO’s favor and I look forward to working with the Board to capitalize on the significant opportunity ahead.”