Announcing a new Quanta Strategic Advisor, Harmen Brenninkmeijer

June 14, 2017
Announcing a new Quanta Strategic Advisor, Harmen Brenninkmeijer

Quanta is proud to announce that Harmen Brenninkmeijer has assumed the position of Quanta’s Strategic Advisor.

Harmen Brenninkmeijer has a long-standing track record in regulated gaming sectors across emerging and mature markets and has worked in over 65 countries actively supplying gaming equipment, advising and developing the gaming business. He will help Quanta with business and marketing strategies as informed by his extensive experience in the gaming industry. We know Harmen will help take us to the next level and are all very excited to welcome him to the team!

Harmen Brenninkmeijer (Advisor), active today in supporting Quanta to develop its business across the globe, founded Dynamic Partners together with several international gaming industry veterans with areas of expertise in technology, distribution and operations. Formed in 2015, it provides an outlet for the know-how, experience and network of its partners, each of which focuses on specific projects, drawing on the capacity of the organization to provide support and network to give its clients and partners a formidable combination of expertise, services and reach. Before DP, Harmen was VP Strategic Markets for Inspired Gaming Group (INGG), responsible for its strategic market development, including the providing Opap with 4,000 VLTs. Brenninkmeijer was founder and CEO of Octavian Global Technologies, a USD $90MM casino technology supplier with over 35k networked Electronic Gaming Machines, and operations (offices) in 10+ countries. Before founding Octavian, Harmen partnered with the Gauselman Group to establish Avalon Casino Management. Avalon developed, owned and operated the Grand Casino in Hungary (the number one tax revenue generating casino in Hungary), Magic Casino in Northern Cyprus and the Playboy Casino on the island of Rhodes. In 2000, he founded Xanadu Casino Management which audited 15+ major casino operations and developed highly-profitable casinos in emerging markets. In 2003, Harmen re-opened the Bolivian gaming market by establishing initial operations with over 1000 machines.  Harmen is the former chairman of the European Gaming Organisation. He holds a bachelor’s degree in Marketing Management and has attended numerous gaming seminars and studies.