Ingrooves Music Group, a leading global independent music marketing services and distribution company, announced today that it has named Chris Haaland Country Manager of Ingrooves Norway. The appointment further solidifies Ingrooves’ position in the region and reflects Ingrooves’ growing global footprint, after expanding into Brazil (Sao Paolo), Turkey (Istanbul) and Japan (Tokyo) earlier this year.
“Chris brings with him a wealth of experience and strong relationships that make him the perfect person to lead our Oslo office,” said Ingrooves CEO Bob Roback. “Chris joins an exceptionally strong team in the Nordic region, which reflects the growth we hope to achieve in this important music market.”
Haaland joins Ingrooves from The Orchard, where for the last two years he headed up the company’s Nordic Label management team. Previously he worked in a number of positions for Warner Music in both the Oslo and London offices, serving most recently as Senior Consumer Relations Manager.
“Over the past few years, Ingrooves has developed a best-in-class technology platform and a deep well of expertise that set new standards in our industry,” said Haaland. “I’m so happy to be leading the company’s team in Norway and look forward to growing our business throughout the region.”
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