Reggie Fills-Aim is busy with his post-Nintendo life. After announcing his retirement from Nintendo in February 2019, Phils-Aim joined the GameStop board of directors in March 2020. Then he started a great podcast in May. That same month, Phils joined Aim on the board of directors of the toys and sports company Spin Master, Now he’s got another job: Phils-Aim joins the board of directors of Brunswick, the ferry company that builds the famous Sea Ray boat and Mercury Marine engines.
“As a highly respected and experienced manager, Reggie’s experience in consumer-facing initiatives and digital technology will make him a valuable addition to our strong and experienced board of directors. .
In its announcement, Brunswick, Phils-Aim, throughout his life, noted that he “revived brands and redesigned various businesses”, which is a good indication of why he was hired. Phils-Aim has worked at Nintendo for 15 years, before which he held executive positions and leadership positions at VH1, Pizza Hut and Procter & Gamble.
Brunswick Government filed Announcing Phils-Aim’s hiring specifications, it has not yet been determined which group on the board will serve Phils-Aim. It also states that Phils-Aim’s pay will be “the same as that paid to all non-staff directors of Brunswick”.
As for what Nintendo is up to these days, the company is celebrating Mario’s 35th anniversary and the Nintendo Switch is set to launch the Hirol Warriors: Age of Calamity very soon. It is rumored that an updated version of the switch will be released in early 2021.
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