Gemba Group restructures and rebrands as Tenka, key staff awarded equity
Gemba Group CEO Rob Mills has announced a business and management restructure that sees the introduction of a new holding company, two new Directors and a new Managing Director for Gemba.
The Gemba Group, the holding company with ownership of Gemba and Turnstile, will now be known as Tenka Group and Mills will move into a Group CEO role.
According to Mills, the introduction of a new holding company will allow him and members of Tenka’s Management Team to focus on growth. Mills’ role will be based in London to ensure Tenka has a global orientation and to support the rapid growth of the Turnstile business, based in the U.K. since its launch in 2018.
Gemba employees Paula Marovitch and Clare Stewart-Hunter have been gifted equity in the business and will become directors of Gemba Australia. Head of Finance, Marovitch and Head of Client Services Stewart-Hunter have been with the Gemba for over 13 and seven years, respectively.
Marovitch will become CFO of Tenka Group and Stewart-Hunter has been promoted to Head of Client and Creative Services, leading the Marketing Communication divisions within the business.
At the same time, Director and Head of Marketing Andrew Condon will be promoted to Managing Director of Gemba. Condon will oversee the insights, strategy, and marketing operations of the business. Gemba also plans to appoint a new Divisional Manager of Marketing Strategy, to be announced shortly.