blackfridge announces the appointment of Michael Crosbie as Chief Business Officer at the company’s headquarters in Douglas, Isle of Man.
Michael has 17 years of experience leading international teams in travel, hospitality, marketing, payments and fin-tech.
From 2004-to 2016 Michael led several successful online businesses in the travel industry in France. Moving to the Isle of Man in 2016 to take up a founding role in a marketing business Michael later obtained MasterCard Programme Manager status in 2019. Michael is highly adaptable and is passionate about building strong start-up teams to achieve business objectives.
Published On: January 1st, 2021 / Categories: press /
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