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Oxford: G-Smatt expands with new appointments

By Dan Teuton
6 February 2018
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G-Smatt Europe, based in Oxford, has announced the appointment of a new lead app developer as well as two new team members, who are taking on admin roles to support the company's growing business.

Stefano Bianchi, will work closely with clients to develop their own unique apps and games that will utilise the full potential of the company's interactive media glass.

"We are delighted that Stefano has brought his extensive design and development skills to the company. His knowledge and experience across the international advertising, show and events industries combined with a great understanding of the technology makes him the ideal person for this key role;" said Orhan Ertughrul, executive vice-president, G-Smatt Europe.

Taking on the role of PA for Ertughrul is Teodora Ungurusan, who previously worked in similar support roles in both the NHS and the private medical sector.

Also new to the office team is Mohammed Hamza, finance manager, who joined the company in November.

In response to the business' expected growth in the coming year, Lucy Muxlow has relinquished her role as PA to take on the position of project manager. She will be working closely with the sales team to ensure the smooth delivery of installations across the company's key areas of events, hospitality and retail.

 

G-Smatt is a Korean company that produces an innovative digital smart glass product. Launched in 2013 the company now has offices in five countries.

The company believes in the transformation of the digital city scape with compelling architectural media and interactivity. Its innovative, building grade, laminated media glass provides full transparency and rich media capability. This allows developers and architects to provide a new way for people to experience and enjoy their buildings and the surrounding urban spaces without compromising on the aesthetic beauty of their original design.


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