Dice has promoted Amy Oldham to UK managing director, months after she joined the company as head of arts and culture.
Oldham joined Dice at the start of 2019 to establish and lead the arts and culture division, which offers access to a range of events outside music including comedy, cinema, wellness, podcasts and more.
Oldham succeeds Russ Tannen, who was promoted to chief revenue officer.
In her new role, Amy will lead Dice’s commercial teams to drive continued revenue and business growth in the UK. She will be tasked with driving new business, building new partner relationships and identifying new revenue streams.
It’s great to be leading the UK team in our mission to get people out more
Amy Oldham, Dice
Most recently, Oldham led partnerships and programmes at female networking initiative Allbright.
Amy Oldham said: “It’s such an exciting time for Dice. We’re expanding our music, cultural and arts offering to our fans, presenting new, unique experiences from our range of incredible partners. Dice is the most relevant and trusted platform for fans to discover the best new experiences. It’s great to be leading the UK team in our mission to get people out more.”
Russ Tannen added: “In just three months as head of arts and culture Amy proved herself to have incredible leadership skills and commercial drive, as well as being a perfect culture fit for Dice. Now as UK MD we're sure she'll be an awesome addition to our senior management team."
Read Music Week’s Rising Star interview with Dice’s Pat Mills here.