Deltatre recruits Neda Scrini as chief people officer

Deltatre chief people officer Digital and data technology firm for sport and media Deltatre has hired Neda Scrini as its chief people officer.

Reporting to Deltatre’s chief executive officer, Andrea Marini, Scrini will be based in the firm’s London hub and will lead a global people team spanning talent, reward, culture and organisational development.

With more than 20 years of global experience, Scrini has held multiple people leadership roles including eight years at Vodafone, where towards the end of her time there, she was global head of people strategy and head of talent. Prior to this, she gained HR consulting experience at Capgemini and held various HR roles at Boots and Syngenta.

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More recently, Scrini has used her people expertise to add value to software business Snow Software, and she was chief people officer at global high-growth technology firm Orgvue.

Scrini said: “As I start my role as Deltatre’s chief people officer, we’re embarking on an exciting journey to unlock the full value of Deltatre platforms for our customers. Our people determine our culture and are key to driving innovative tech solutions fuelled by our deep passion for delivering exceptional fan experiences. I look forward to working closely with the executive and people teams to unleash the enormous potential of our community as we take our growth ambitions to the next level.”

Marini added: “It’s great to have Neda on board as Deltatre’s new chief people officer. Neda’s extensive experience and her track record of driving organisational excellence make her the perfect addition to our team. At Deltatre, we understand that our people and culture are at the heart of our success. With Neda’s leadership, we are poised to unlock the full potential of our talented teams.”