The Copenhagen-based branch will be led by Morten Hundahl, who is joined by agent John Blicher Madsen and a new handful of local artists
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In addition, Mølleskog will also take on the role of country CEO for the All Things Live companies in Norway
By IQ on 10 May 2022
Leading Nordic live entertainment company All Things Live has appointed Gry Mølleskog as group CEO, effective from 1 August.
In addition, she will also take on the role of country CEO for the All Things Live companies in Norway.
The Waterland Private Equity-backed company represents artists and promotes events in Denmark, Norway, Sweden, Finland and Belgium.
“All Things Live is one of the most exciting companies in live entertainment in Europe,” says Mølleskog. “The group is well-positioned for further growth, and I look forward to building on this strong foundation together with the ambitious owners.”
Mølleskog boasts more than 30 years of experience, which includes management and board positions in Nordic and international companies.
“All Things Live is one of the most exciting companies in live entertainment in Europe”
She currently serves as Lord Chamberlain (CEO) of the Royal Court of Norway where she previously worked in chief of staff positions for a total of seven years.
Other former positions include senior client partner with recruiter Korn/Ferry International and various management roles at SAS where she was senior vice president and part of the executive management team from 1998 to 2003.
Current group CEO Kim Worsøe will continue as a member of the All Things Live Group board of directors and will focus on the company’s expansion in Europe including acquisitions and artist relations across the group.
“All Things Live has seen tremendous growth over the last three years and is today in a great position to continue this positive development,” says Worsøe. “I am confident that Gry Mølleskog will be a strong addition to the organisation and able to support our future growth journey and I look very much forward to working together with her.”
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