Pole To Win Announces New Organizational Structure For International Division
Building on its 20-year history of providing an unmatched level of service excellence, Pole To Win announced its reorganization and integration of its international division. These changes are designed to improve and speed the delivery of their services while simplifying the way the company interacts with its clients and team.
At PTWI, we are committed to putting our employees, our clients – and their customers, in the pole position, which means not only do they lead the race, they also dictate the pace. By bringing together our US, UK, India, Singapore, Shanghai and Korea teams, we can more effectively deliver on this commitment- Deborah Kirkham, PTWI President and Chief Operating Officer
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Pole To Win (PTW) underwent a company restructuring effective January 5, 2016. All PTW locations outside of Japan have organized under a UK-based holding company named Pole To Win International (PTWI). The locations included in this integration are the Pole To Win locations in the United States, China, India, Singapore, South Korea, and the United Kingdom. Side UK, a recent PTW acquisition, is also part of this integration.
This integration helps position PTW for continued growth and success. The company is making a bold step forward to optimize its resource allocations and streamline its operations. It makes the company better able to serve the needs of its clients across all of its international offices with an eye on continuing to provide the highest quality services to propel clients to success.
Key Roles and Appointments
Deborah Kirkham has been appointed to President of the PTWI holding company, and she will continue as Chief Operating Officer. Teppei Tachibana will continue as CEO, and Masaru Harada will continue as Executive Vice President and CFO of PTWI.
"In 2010, Deborah Kirkham joined e4e as President of their Interactive Entertainment business unit, and became COO at Pole To Win over the United States, Europe, and India following the PTW acquisition in 2012. Since then, Deborah’s leadership, results-driven sensibility, and unwavering commitment to employees and clients has yielded sustained growth and expansion into new geographies, business verticals and industries," said Teppei Tachibana, CEO of PTWI.
This executive team is now better positioned to be more responsive and agile with clients and the PTWI team. This structure is effective on January 5, 2016.