Offerpop, a Facebook Preferred Marketing Developer, recently announced a new round of hires — including one from Facebook.
- Andrea Bonner, Sales Director, from Facebook
- Kelsey Lyon, Business Development Representative, from DMA United
- Gabriela Cisneros, Business Development Representative, from Bite
- Adriel Bercow, Business Development Representative, from Experiences Unlimited
- Katie Josephson, Product Marketing Manager, from Zimbra
- Samuel Smith, Business Development Representative, from Melba.co
- Udit Lakhotia, Business Development Representative, graduate of Binghamton
- Steve Sharpe, Business Development Representative, from Microsoft
- Luke Harries, Business Development Representative, from Vocus
- Dac Cherner, Account Executive, from AIMS 360
- Christopher MacMurray, DevOps Lead, from Blip Networks/Maker Studios
- Lauren Barnes, Recruiting Manager, from Talener
Companies who want their new hires included in the post must contact us directly at justin.lafferty (at) insidenetwork.com. Must be a Facebook PMD or Facebook Strategic PMD to be included.
Facebook Strategic Preferred Marketing Developer Kenshoo announced recently that it has added Grady Burnett, formerly Facebook’s Vice President of Global Marketing Solutions, to the company’s board of directors.
Burnett spent 4 1/2 years at Facebook and 4 years at Google, where he launched the Google Ann Arbor. Michigan office and served as Director of Online Sales and Operations for the Google North American AdWords team. Currently, Burnett is the COO of Flurry, a mobile analytics and advertising company.
SocialCode, a Facebook Strategic Preferred Marketing Developer, announced Wednesday that the company has named Colin Sutton as the Vice President of Client Strategy.
Suttom comes to SocialCode from OMD, where he was the U.S. Director for Social Media, leading OMD’s social business while overseeing a group of media-focused strategists. He managed more than $50 million in advertising spend across social platform. Sutton has advised Facebook, Twitter, Tumblr, Pepsi, Audi, GE, Hershey’s, Warner Bros. and other Fortune 50 brands.
Ampush, a Facebook Strategic Preferred Marketing Developer, announced Thursday that it has appointed former Facebook Vice President of Global Marketing Solutions Group Tom Arrix to its board of advisors.
Arrix left Facebook in July after seven years with the social network, helping Facebook foster marketing relationships with brands such as Walmart, American Express, Coca-Cola and GM.
Kenshoo, a Facebook Strategic Preferred Marketing Developer in Facebook Exchange and ads, announced recently that the company hired Gary Nafus, previously the Vice President of Sales at Oracle Corporation before starting at Kenshoo. Nafus will be the company’s Managing Director of the Americas. Since March 2013, he has been a member of Kenshoo as the Vice President of Sales and Interim Marketing Director, Asia Pacific.
Nafus will oversee efforts in the key markets of the U.S., Canada, Mexico and Brazil, helping marketers make the most of their advertising budgets through Kenshoo’s innovations such as Halogen Technology, ActiveCluster, Demand Driven Campaigns and SmartPath. He has more than 15 years of experience with enterprise-class software sales.
Kenshoo, a Facebook Strategic Preferred Marketing Developer, announced that the company has hired Michel van Woudenberg as Asia Pacific Japan (APJ) Managing Director to expand regional headquarters and lead incorporated subsidiaries in key Asian markets.
Van Woudenberg is formerly the VP of CRM for Oracle Asia Pacific.
Facebook lately has loved borrowing and adapting from other social networks. While hashtags are a Twitter original, it looks like Facebook is trying to get users to share more information about their employment status — similar to LinkedIn.
Offerpop, a Facebook Preferred Marketing Developer in apps, announced another round of hires recently — coming from Prudential, Open Market and Booz & Company.
Glow, a Facebook Strategic Preferred Marketing Developer, recently announced a round of talented new hires. London-based Glow started the year with 13 employees, but has since grown to more than 40 and opened offices in Los Angeles, New York City and Berlin.
Socialbakers, a Facebook Preferred Marketing Developer in pages, apps and insights, announced Monday that it has appointed Neil Weston as the company’s first Chief Operating Officer. Previously, Weston was the Senior Vice President of Nuance Communications. He has also led creation and expansion at Omniture, building an international business that generated more than $100 million in revenue before the company’s acquisition by Adobe.