Sietse Bakker takes after ESF 2016 dismissal
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Sietse Bakker, the Event supervisor of the Eurovision Song Contest, takes after the next edition in Stockholm dismissal. That left the Dutchman know via a post on his facebook profile.
“The Eurovision Song Contest in Stockholm will be my tenth 2016 are as an employee of the EBU, and my sixth as Event supervisor. It also allows for the sixteenth year that I engage in the Eurovision Song Contest. That commitment began in 2000, when I founded the website ESCToday.com. A few weeks after the next game in Stockholm I will be 32, which means I will have half of my life dedicated to this great event. After some good conversations with family, friends and colleagues, I decided that a perfect moment for change! That means that the Eurovision Song Contest will be in Stcockholm my last as 2016 Event supervisor. End job that gives me the chance to me to focus on the growth of my companies. And in the coming months, until 2016 to Stockholm, it remains business as usual. ‘
The dismissal of Sietse Bakker comes several months after that of the Est Jarmo Siim, who until June this year was the communications officer of the EBU. He stepped on after accusations of Swedish press that he had wanted to bring discredit conscious Heroes . According to the Swedish Aftonbladet was then asked to research uigerekend Sietse Bakker. There was nothing more of that case.