Ladbrokes is at a very good spot the last few months, is on the up regarding its revenue,
but this doesn’t mean that there will be no changes. Just a few days ago, the British bookmaker’s governance announced that the veteran employee Lee Drabwell, who has acted as Retail Operations Director, is about to depart from the company. Drabwell has served Ladbrokes operations for 29-years, taking on numerous executive positions within the bookmaker’s retail betting division. As far as the person who is going to replace Mr Drabwell in the Ladbrokes governance is concerned, retail operations will be led by Andy Hicks, who was the former retail betting lead for Gala Coral Group.
Drabwell confirmed his departure from Ladbrokes Coral and more specifically, he commented
: « I am pleased to have led the retail team in recent years on its journey of growth and market share gain and I will leave the business with very fond memories and proud of my achievements. I am looking forward to a short break before looking for a new challenge in the betting and gaming sector.».
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Being the oldest bookmaker in the whole world is certainly an advantage, but it does come with a great responsibility. Ladbrokes went online in 1999, one of the first bookmakers to do so, and has been through many ups and downs. They still offer high class betting services and try every day to make further improvements in order to cover all needs. Their odds are not the best you may find in the market, but they have plenty of other advantages, such as their betting exchange service and a vast range of sports. They’re a complete choice, offering experience and insight at the same time.