Longtime Vice President of Marketing Tony Pirelli has exited. Pirelli worked with Kink.com (formerly CyberNet Entertainment) for the past five years helping to create one of the most popular fetish website production companies in the world. In 2001, Pirelli left a career in direct marketing to enter the world of adult online entertainment.
Pirelli, who announced his decision early this month, helped to market and establish Kink’s webmaster affiliate program CyberNet Bucks (now Kinky Dollars) while at Kink, in addition to wearing a number of hats throughout the years.
“The time has come to move on, to look for new challenges,” says Pirelli. “It has been an amazing time, one in which things really happened, where I learned more and achieved more than I could ever have hoped for—it’s not every day that you get the opportunity to help build an empire and have fun doing it.”
Pirelli also praised Kink.com founder, Chief Executive Officer, and President Peter Acworth and added that he would be pursuing a variety of projects in the adult industry.
“My greatest appreciation goes to [Acworth] for introducing me to the world of online adult entertainment and all the people that have worked with me over the years to help me achieve our successes,” Pirelli says.
In the coming months, Pirelli will be transitioning vice presidential responsibilities to other individuals in the company, and Kink is expected to announce a new vice president of marketing within the next week. Pirelli can now be reached at .
“I would like to thank Tony Pirelli for his hard work these past five years,” says Acworth. “When Tony joined me, I only had a handful of employees. He took my affiliate program, which I had only just finished coding, and built CyberNet Bucks from the ground up. I want to wish Tony all the best in whatever he decides to do.”
Formed in 1998 as CyberNet Entertainment LLC, Kink.com is a leader in production of original fetish entertainment online. The company is the creator of the world-renowned Fucking Machines (FuckingMachines.com) and a host of other sites.