Thinkingbox Promotes Colin Greenberg and Satoru Inoue to Directors of Production, Solidifying the Production Team Across North America

Pictured above: Satoru Inoue & Colin Greenberg

Salt Lake City, UT / Vancouver, BC — Global creative collective Thinkingbox has promoted Colin Greenberg to Director of Production for Salt Lake City and Satoru Inoue to Director of Production for Vancouver, expanding the production team with Alyssa Belova, who was promoted to Director of Production in Toronto in May 2021.

Greenberg joined the Salt Lake City team a year ago as Executive Producer, previously working as Head of Production at Struck, and before that, as Senior Creative Manager at MKTG Inc. and Director of Marketing Operations at Trisect in Chicago. Greenberg will continue to work with Thinkingbox’s long-standing clients Riot Games, Adobe, Western Governors University, and LifeVantage and manage the growth of the Salt Lake City office. He plans to “Enable the production team to grow and scale into the future by building out tools and processes, and improving the operational efficiencies to deliver the best experiences for our clients.” He continues, “Long-term, we need to create a fully scalable business that can recognize the growth opportunities that come our way, in regards to the team and clients.”

“Since Colin joined Thinkingbox, he’s made a massive impact for the Salt Lake City team. He’s already extended our capabilities across disciplines. We look forward to seeing him develop operations even further,” says Corey Hankey, Managing Director of Salt Lake City.

Inoue joined Thinkingbox in 2017 as a Digital producer and quickly moved through the ranks to Senior Digital Producer, Executive Producer, and now to today’s role as Director of Production. Prior to his time at Thinkingbox, he was a Digital Producer at MediaMonks. In his new role, he’ll have broad coverage on production needs to match the ever-growing team and the expansive roster of clients. Inoue plans to “deliver even better consistency as we grow, and work on larger projects needs from current and future clients.” In terms of leading the team of three direct reports, Inoue hopes to “grow a versatile and diverse team that can handle global partnerships with renowned brands.”

“With Satoru leading the production team in Vancouver, our production efficiencies and capabilities continue to develop, allowing us to strengthen our partnerships with clients and to meet the demands that have come from the accelerated growth we’ve been experiencing the last three years,” says Sarah Scott, Managing Director of the Vancouver office. She notes, “Satoru is an integral part of our company, and the production team has always looked to him for guidance and support. We couldn’t be more thrilled.”

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