Michael Daly, shortlisted for Chief Executive of the Year Award at The Global Gaming Awards 2022
January 17th, 2022
Catena Media’s CEO, Michael Daly, shortlisted for Chief Executive of the Year Award at the The Global Gaming Awards 2022
Catena Media is delighted to announce that our CEO Michael Daly has recently been shortlisted in the Chief Executive category in the Global Gaming Award 2022. He states: “I am truly honored to be shortlisted for the Chief Executive of the Year award, among such an esteemed group of executives, each of whom have had such a positive impact on our industry. This shortlisting represents not just my commitment to supporting Catena Media’s affiliate journey, but also the journey of maturation of the affiliate business in our industry.”
The Global Gaming Awards in London recognises and rewards the strongest and most innovative performances across the gaming industry. The Shortlist was decided after a rigorous process, and recognises individuals for outstanding achievement outside of the Americas over the past 12 months. The winners will be selected by executives from the industry, with KPMG monitoring the proceedings to ensure full transparency and fairness.
Since his appointment in January 2021, Michael Daly has been an agent of change for Catena Media. He has played a pivotal role in transforming the company into a dynamic & evolving organisation by placing people at the heart of every decision. For Catena Media, his nomination is recognition of his continued dedication to developing, shaping, and promoting the company. Michael also added : “As nothing great is achieved alone, I also believe this is a strong reflection on the development of the culture within Catena Media, and our whole teams commitment to our vision of setting the standards for the future of lead generation: as a caring employer, a trusted partner, a visionary and responsible company. I believe this is a fantastic time to be in the gaming industry, with lots of space for growth and evolution which Catena Media intends to help drive.”