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Future Thinking Group appoints Petko Tinchev as CEO of GemSeek and cQuest

Tinchev will lead the delivery of state of the art data-driven solutions

LONDON – 3rd December 2018 – Data driven intelligence company Future Thinking has appointed Petko Tinchev as CEO GemSeek and cQuest effective from 1st January 2019.

Tinchev was one of the founding partners of cQuest Research & Consulting in 2011 prior to the creation of the GemSeek Group in 2014. He will succeed Glen Khouw who will step down from the role on 31st December after over four years in charge.

In addition to Tinchev’s appointment as CEO, a new senior management team will include:

  • Borislav Domuschiev – Managing Director – cQuest
  • Kaloyan Stefanov – Managing Director – Data Science & Data Analytics
  • Ivaylo Yorgov – Managing Director – Commercial Research

Jim Stevenson, Group CEO of Future Thinking, said: “Petko’s knowledge and experience of the organisation make him ideally placed to drive its future success. His appointment as CEO is testament to the pivotal role he has played in helping to transform GemSeek into a digital company with an increasingly innovative product portfolio.”

“I would also like to express my, and the Board’s gratitude to Glen for his commitment to the Group. During his time he has worked tirelessly to ensure the growth and success of the company. Over the past two and a half years he has played a central role in helping to align GemSeek within the Future Thinking Group.”

Commenting on his appointment, Tinchev said: “It’s a privilege to take over as CEO at such an exciting time. As we look for new ways to predict customer behaviour, GemSeek’s ability to combine data science and advanced analytics will continue to help the Group remain at the forefront of digital transformation within this industry.”

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 Media contacts:

John Whittaker, Future Thinking: 01865 336 463 john.whittaker@futurethinking.com

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