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Former director John Mulder and legal expert Ruben Brouwer will in January jointly fill the seat left vacant by Wilbert Mutsaers
By IQ on 14 Dec 2016
John Mulder and Ruben Brouwer will take over the running of Mojo Concerts on 1 January 2017, following the surprise resignation in September of former CEO Wilbert Mutsaers.
Brouwer (pictured) has been at Mojo, Live Nation’s Dutch subsidiary, since 2008, initially as a lawyer, then as part of its management team.
Former director Mulder left Mojo in 2011 to start his own promotion business, but had remained involved with the company on a freelance basis.
“I am very confident that Mojo is in good hands”
Leon Ramakers – who, with Mulder, took over the reins temporarily following Mustaers’s departure – will now serve as a consultant and a booker of several “big international acts”.
He says: “With this duo, Mojo’s management has the right mix of business, strategic and operational knowledge and skills. I am very confident that Mojo is in good hands.”
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