Signature Entertainment, a well-known company in film distribution and production, has recently promoted two of its top executives to higher positions.
Elizabeth Williams, who previously worked as the director in charge of acquiring films and managing TV projects, has been given the role of chief commercial officer. Her job will involve making important business decisions and overseeing commercial activities. Elizabeth is known for her smart work in the industry and has been responsible for bringing in movies like Orphan: First Kill, Escape from Pretoria, and the Terrifier series to Signature.
Gareth Williams, who is not related to Elizabeth, has also been promoted. He joined Signature in 2012, not long after it started, and last year became the chief finance officer. Now, he’s moving up to the role of chief operating officer, where he will oversee the daily operations of the company. Gareth has been a key player in managing the company’s finances and has contributed significantly to its major business decisions.
Marc Goldberg, the CEO of Signature, expressed his excitement about these changes. He praised Elizabeth for her deep understanding of the film market and her wide-ranging expertise in the company. He also commended Gareth for his excellent management of financial responsibilities and his involvement in important business decisions.
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Both Elizabeth and Gareth shared their enthusiasm for their new roles. Elizabeth is eager to assist Marc and the team in elevating Signature’s status, potentially towards being a studio. Gareth looks forward to leading the company into its next growth phase, emphasizing Signature’s position as a market leader with a top-notch team and a trusted brand. Source