The European Arenas Association announces vice president role and appoints a new board member
Published on 19 October 2022
Under president Olivier Toth, the new board pledges to continue implementing the association’s four-pillar strategy
The EAA has appointed a vice president in a newly created position, and a new board member. This brings the number of board members to five.
Elections took place at the Rockhal Arena in Luxembourg at the first in-person General Meeting to be held since the Covid-19 outbreak. Olivier Toth’s position as president was confirmed for the next three years, board member Jorge Vinha da Silva, Altice Arena, takes up the newly created role of vice president and Konrad Koziol, Arena Gliwice, joins the board. Existing board members Lotta Nibell and Adrian Doyle were re-appointed in their roles.
Commenting on the new appointments, EAA President Oliver Toth said:
“I look forward to working closely with Jorge in his new role as vice president and with our new board member Konrad as we continue to implement our four-pillar strategy. We are grateful to our former president John Langford and board member Girts Krastins for their hard work and dedication in developing the new strategy and setting us on the path for change”
Jorge Vinha da Silva is CEO at Altice Arena Lisbon. As vice president, he will offer full support to the existing president Olivier Toth, CEO Rockhal, in addition to representing member arenas from the southern region. Konrad Koziol is sales & marketing director at Arena Gliwice and has joined the board to represent the eastern region members. Lotta Nibell, CEO at Got Event AB and Adrian Doyle, director experience operations at The Odyssey Trust were re-appointed in their existing roles on the board representing the northern and western regions respectively.
Jorge Vinha da Silva added:
“I look forward to continuing my involvement with the EAA as vice president as we develop tangible actions that benefit our members and also our sector as we work together to address the challenges and opportunities for recovery and growth”
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