OWNZONES Appoints Robert Cloudt as Chief Commercial Officer EMEA and APAC

Experienced executive, Robert Cloudt, will expand OWNZONES’ operations and drive business development and sales.


OWNZONES has named Robert Cloudt Chief Commercial Officer (CCO), effective April 1st. In this role, Robert Cloudt will be responsible for business development and sales within the EMEA and APAC markets, along with the setup and build-out of an Amsterdam office to service the needs of existing and new customers across these regions.

“We’re thrilled to add Robert’s expertise and leadership to our executive team,” said Dan Goman, CEO of OWNZONES. “He’s an incredible leader with a wealth of knowledge about the global media and OTT space, which will help us supercharge our growth as we continue to expand across the globe. As we bring our solution to new markets, Robert will be an integral part of that expansion.”

Robert Cloudt joins OWNZONES from Metrological Group in the Netherlands, where he served as the Senior Vice President of Content Management and Strategy. In this role, he was globally responsible for business development focused on premium global OTT partnerships across broadcasters, VoD, publishing and digital first companies. Prior to Metrological Group, Robert Cloudt was the Director of Business Development for Philips TV, focusing on developing and expanding the Smart TV ecosystem. He worked with Phillips TV for six years in a variety of Digital TV, Interactive TV, product and marketing roles.

“Over the course of my career I’ve had the opportunity to work with all the different disciplines and practices, ranging from technical to business development and sales, closing premium partnerships and deals with all the leading players in the OTT space, and I’m excited to bring my experience to OWNZONES,” said Robert Cloudt. “OWNZONES is a real pioneer in the media logistics industry, and is a front-runner with their cloud-native platform. I see a huge growth path ahead, and I’m determined to make that growth a big success moving forward.”