This week’s notable hires and appointments in the B2B world!
Eyereturn Marketing announced the appointment of David Thomas and the opening of their Montreal office to serve the digital marketing needs of the Quebec and Eastern North American markets.
David Thomas joins Eyereturn with 19 years of sales experience across a wide spectrum of software solutions, IT infrastructure and web technology companies. Thomas’ appointment as Director of Business Development comes after successful stints with IBM and AdGear.
TheBlaze announced the appointment of Omar Rodriguez as Senior Vice President of Sales. This is the company’s latest move as it continues to ramp up for an anticipated fourth quarter launch of its all-new consumer experience and integrated advertising platform.
Rodriguez will report be responsible for leading the network’s media solutions team and growing the company’s advertising revenue. He will be charged with launching and scaling the company’s signature 360° Advertising Program, and spearheading an increased emphasis on providing brands best-in-class integrated marketing solutions in partnership with BrandStudio.
Zimmerman Advertising has named Bryan Sweeney as Executive Vice President of Integrated Content Production. Bryan joins Zimmerman after nearly 15 years heading up Integrated Production at Hill Holliday in Boston. During his career, he has spent time working on a number of iconic brands such as McDonald’s, Anheuser-Busch, MLB, Cadillac and Bank of America.
Post Time Studios hired Jayne Hancock as CEO to lead the growth in expanded services, enhanced facilities and new media capabilities. Hancock’s background includes senior executive positions with DIRECTV, 360 Fly Camera (VOXX International), FanVision, FLO TV (Qualcomm), as well as founding both a successful digital marketing firm called JHG, Inc. and the sports publishing firm Spectator Sports Communications.
Business Ink, Co., one of the USA’s leaders in strategic business communications, announced three executive appointments.
John Keating, formerly the firm’s Chief Technology Officer, was named Chief Strategy Officer.
Jim Clishem, a technology executive with more than 35 years of experience was named Chief Technology Officer and Senior Vice President.
Mike Woods, Vice President, was promoted to manage the firm’s operations in both Charlotte and San Diego.
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