New CEO of The Star Sydney revealed

Janelle Campbell's appointment completes The Star's CEO shake-up

The Star Entertainment Group has named Janelle Campbell as its new Chief Executive Officer of The Star Sydney, pending all necessary regulatory approvals.

Campbell has more than two decades experience in the casino industry as Director of Finance and Financial Controller at Conrad Treasury in Brisbane (1994-2003), Executive Director of Finance for Conrad Jupiters and Treasury Casinos Queensland (2003-2004), and Senior Vice President Finance for Melco Resorts & Entertainment in Macau (2008-2018). In her career,  Campbell has also held a senior executive role with a leading hotel company in Australia.

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Her appointment completes the recruitment of CEOs for The Star’s tourism and entertainment destinations in Sydney, Gold Coast and Brisbane.

Together with Jessica Mellor (CEO Gold Coast) and Daniel Finch (CEO Brisbane), Campbell will report to the Group CEO and Managing Director, Robbie Cooke.

“I’m delighted to welcome Janelle to the team as part of our organisational restructure,” remarked Cooke. “Janelle is a highly regarded, very experienced and extremely talented senior casino executive.”

“Janelle has strong leadership skills, with experience in overseeing large-scale operations managing teams of up to 1,200 and a great track record in developing and implementing strategic business plans. During her time at Melco Resorts & Entertainment, Janelle oversaw the finance, supply chain and AML functions among other responsibilities.

“I look forward to working with Janelle on our ongoing transformation program at The Star Sydney as we pursue our No.1 objective of returning our Sydney casino to suitability,” Cooke said.

Campbell said she was excited to be joining The Star at a “pivotal moment in the company’s history and to help shape the future for a venue that has been an iconic Sydney destination for almost 30 years.”

“I am clear on the strategic priorities, including the urgent focus on ensuring our remediation actions drive a return to suitability and the removal of the existing licence suspension.

“We want to be known for delivering world-class experiences and I’m looking forward to The Star Sydney shaping a successful future of sustainable long-term growth.”

Campbell will start in her new role on 25 February 2024.

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