Sunday, March 3, 2024

Accenture Tune Hires New Netherlands and Metaverse Leads

Accenture Tune has made two senior govt hires in Europe: Patritia Pahladsingh was named as CEO and managing director of Accenture Tune in The Netherlands, and Magic Leap’s James Temple joins as its international metaverse lead.

Pahladsingh joined from TBWANeboko, the place she was managing director, having spent 17 years inside the Amsterdam-based inventive company.

She started the function on Feb. 1 with the objective of utilizing inventive options to remodel companies, and can serve on Accenture’s Dutch management staff.

“With all of the technological, social and sustainable developments, each our purchasers and ourselves will face extra challenges than ever within the coming years. This requires bringing collectively completely different specialties, resembling state-of-the-art expertise, knowledge and creativity,” mentioned Nicole van Det, nation managing director of Accenture Netherlands.

“Along with her spectacular observe document inside the inventive trade in addition to the drive to ship the perfect work for purchasers, we’re assured that underneath Patritia’s management, Accenture Tune Netherlands will additional develop as a high participant within the Dutch market,” she added.

TBWA has not disclosed who will run the company following Pahladsingh’s departure.

In the meantime, Temple, who was the chief design officer of augmented actuality expertise firm Magic Leap, will be part of Accenture Tune to steer its digital expertise improvement as international metaverse lead.

Based mostly in London, Temple will even co-lead Accenture’s Metaverse Continuum Enterprise Group (MCBG) alongside David Deal with. They’re tasked with rising, integrating and scaling the metaverse providing globally, working alongside Emma Cochrane and Patrick Kennedy.

He joined the tech startup from RGA in 2018. Half of the corporate was acquired in December by Saudi Arabia’s Public Funding Fund in a deal valued at about $450 million.

He takes on the function from Mark Curtis, who will now lead Accenture Tune’s international sustainability studio.

In a press release, CEO and chairman David Droga described Temple as having “been on the forefront of some extremely groundbreaking tech developments.”

He added: “The chance to make an influence on our purchasers’ enterprise and society are infinite right here at Accenture Tune, and I’m thrilled James is becoming a member of our household, and grateful for Mark’s deep contributions to each MCBG and our sustainability apply.” 

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