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Apr 8 2022

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New Group CEO of All Things Live

Effective from 1 August 2022, Gry Mølleskog will take up the position as Group CEO of All Things Live, the leading live entertainment company in the Nordics with 175 employees, producing various types of live entertainment, representing artists and promoting events in Denmark, Norway, Sweden, Finland and Belgium. In addition, she will also take on the role as Country CEO for the All Things Live companies in Norway.

“All Things Live is one of the most exciting companies in live entertainment in Europe. The Group is well-positioned for further growth, and I look forward to building on this strong foundation together with the ambitious owners,” says Gry Mølleskog.

Gry Mølleskog is a seasoned and recognized leader with more than 30 years of experience from management and board positions in Nordic and international companies and organizations. Gry Mølleskog currently serves as Lord Chamberlain (CEO) of The Royal Court of Norway where she has previously worked in Chief of Staff positions for a total of seven years.

She has previously been employed as a Senior Client Partner with recruiter Korn/Ferry International and worked in various management positions at SAS where she was Senior Vice President and part of the executive management team in 1998-2003. Gry Mølleskog currently serves on a number of boards and has had an active career as a board member since 1995. She holds a Master of Management from BI Norwegian Business School.

Current Group CEO, Kim Worsøe, will continue as a member of the ATL Group Board of Directors and have an active and important role in ATL going forward, where he will focus on the expansion of ATL in Europe including acquisitions and artist relations across the group.

“All Things Live has seen tremendous growth over the last 3 years and is today in a great position to continue this positive development. I am confident that Gry Mølleskog will be a strong addition to the organization and able to support our future growth journey and I look very much forward to working together with her,” says Kim Worsøe.

All Things Live Group

All Things Live was established in December 2018 following Waterland Private Equity’s acquisition of leading Nordic live entertainment companies in Denmark, Norway and Sweden. The partnership has since expanded into Finland and Belgium.

All Things Live has more than 175 employees and covers the full spectrum from local Norwegian acts over Swedish musical productions and Danish stand-up events to stadium concerts with international artists such as The Rolling Stones, Rammstein, Green Day and Eminem.

All Things Live represents 400 local artists on exclusive contracts, promotes almost 7,000 local and international events with more than 2.3 million tickets sold per year and continues to grow its current portfolio of partnerships with large corporate clients.

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