Scenario welcomes Matt Kent as Director of New Business Development

Scenario, the international themed construction contractor, has appointed Matt Kent as Director of New Business Development.

Scenario is pleased to welcome Matt Kent to the team, as he takes on the role of Director of New Business Development. In his new position with the company, Kent will report to Dan Moalli, Senior Vice President of Scenario’s North American Operations

Kent will be responsible for Scenario’s efforts to reach new clients and partners in the industry, as well as leveraging the company’s capability to adjacent markets. He will work alongside Kayleigh Martin, Scenario’s Director of Strategic Partnerships.

An industry veteran

“I am thrilled to announce this expansion of our business development team,” says Moalli. “Matt brings a wealth of experience in driving strategies that build brands in the field of themed entertainment and guest experience.”

“We look forward to leveraging his talents to grow global awareness of Scenario and the capabilities of our exceptional team. Matt is a well-respected and highly effective relationship builder and I am thrilled to welcome him to the Scenario family.”

Kent has worked in the themed entertainment industry for 12 years and also sits on the International Board of the Themed Entertainment Association (TEA).

A growing company

Scenario has worked on several major projects with a range of key clients in the themed entertainment industry. The company, which is a division of Cockram, employs more than 300 staff in technical design, project management and production roles. It recently completed fabrication of over 400,000 square feet of show set elements in less than 18 months.

“In our growth, we have laid the foundation for an increasing level of support and service to our customers with large US and international facilities,” says a company spokesperson. “Our focus is on professional, well-managed services to our customers to deliver predictable, high-quality projects in all regions and markets.”