Breakit - Spotify’s Chief Revenue Officer Jeff Levick is Leaving

Spotify’s Chief Revenue Officer Jeff Levick is Leaving

Erik Wisterberg
Erik Wisterberg
14 sep 2016, kl 16:51

Music streaming service loses its chief revenue officer in major shake up.

Erik Wisterberg
Erik Wisterberg
14 sep 2016, kl 16:51

According to Breakit’s sources, Jeff Levick is leaving the company after Spotify's CEO Daniel Ek recently initiated a big re-organization of the company.

Several top managers has, during the last weeks, briefed their co-workers that the managers will be leaving their current positions at Spotify. This is a part of a major shake up that will effect the entire company, especially the sales team, the sources said.

Earlier this week, Breakit broke the news that former Global Head of Sales Jonathan Forster was leaving Spotify after ten years at the company. He was one of Spotify's first employees and a part of a core group of Spotify veterans, close to CEO Daniel Ek.

Spotity has declined to comment.

Update: Levick now confirms that he’s leaving Spotify in a post on Medium. The post was published 40 minutes after Breakit published this original article (in Swedish) about his departure.

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