TEG nabs Boral CFO: ‘Her in-depth knowledge and experience will be key’

Live promoter TEG has announced a major new appointment.

On Friday, the live entertainment, ticketing and tech company announced Belinda Shaw as its new chief financial officer, who will make the move from Boral after nearly 18 months in the same position, starting on 22 July.

Prior to joining Boral, Shaw worked as acting CFO at Sydney Airport, and held senior executive roles at General Electrics as CFO of ANZ and PNG regions, CFO Global Mining and CFO Global Locomotive.

Shaw will replace TEG’s current CFO, Sandra Rouse, who has worked in the role for 13 years.

TEG said that Rouse will remain with the company and “play a key role in TEG’s growth”.

“Sandra will be moving into a new role in the business where her intimate knowledge of the Operations and landscape will drive a number of important initiatives across Strategy, M&A and Operations,” TEG Group CEO Geoff Jones said.

Jones said he is “delighted” to be welcoming Shaw to the group.

“Belinda comes to TEG with a proven track record working with Global brands across local and international markets, and her in-depth knowledge and experience will be key to the role as we continue to drive growth,” he said.

“I warmly welcome Belinda to TEG and look forward to working alongside her.”

Shaw added: “It is an exciting time to join TEG as the Business continues to grow its Global Leadership position across Live Entertainment, Ticketing and Technology. I am really looking forward to working with Geoff and the Leadership Team on this growth journey.”

The news comes as TEG also announced that it staged the biggest ever beach party in Australia with last weekend’s Out 2 Lunch Festival on the Gold Coast’s Coolangatta Beach, put together by hometown DJ, FISHER.

On Friday, TEG said the event attracted 30,000 attendees and injected more than $50 million into the local economy.

Out 2 Lunch Festival

“TEG is delighted with the inaugural Out 2 Lunch Festival, and it was great to see the economic impact that the Festival had on the local community,” Jones said.

“This was no easy feat, as the planning and logistics required to deliver the Event were extraordinary, particularly as this was the very first time this many people attended a staged event on Coolangatta Beach.”

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