Solid Clouds expands its Marketing team
MBL posted recents about Solid Clouds expanding its marketing team. The article is in Icelandic and can be read here
Solid Clouds has hired Trausti Skúlason and Daria Podenok to strengthen the company's marketing team. The new recruitments will focus on preparation for the release of the company's latest game Starborne Frontiers, which will happen next year.
Trausti has been hired as an advertising designer and Daria as Solid Clouds' marketing manager. Earlier this year, Jay Soltani joined the game design team to focus on the revenue systems and will also participate in the game’s promotion process.
Trausti has been hired to produce promotional materials to market Starborne Frontiers online. He is a trained 3D animator from Aarhus Tech and the American school Animation Mentor. He has extensive experience in video production for, among others, Gagarín, Brandenburg, RÚV, and the Danish companies Designit and JA film.
Daria has been hired to manage online advertising campaigns for the company's game, Starborne Frontiers. She has a master's degree in journalism from the University of Moscow. Daria has years of experience managing online advertising campaigns, social media, and digital strategy. Most recently she worked at the travel company Nordical Travel, before that she was employed at the advertising agency The Engine/Pipar and earlier worked for the biggest tech company in Russia, Yandex.
Jalal “Jay” Soltani holds a BS in Business Management from Western Governors University. He has over a decade of experience in financial analysis, streamlining processes, risk reduction, running interference, and building effective teams at American companies such as Centerpoint and Carlsbad Manufacturing.
"It is a privilege for Solid Clouds to have such capable and experienced employees join us as we begin preparations for the marketing of the company's latest game, Starborne Frontiers. The game has come a long way in the development, so there are exciting times ahead for the company," says Solid Clouds CEO Stefán Gunnarsson.