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Aug 30th 2012
We have some exciting news from over the pond. Steve Filler has joined goviral and Advertising.com UK as Managing Director, and Suhela Gremmel has been promoted to Managing Director of ADTECH UK and Ireland.
With over 18 years of experience in digital advertising and sales, Steve will focus on growing the goviral and Advertising.com presence in the UK, capitalizing on the business' reputation of partnering premium publishers, advertisers and agencies to maximize the value of online brands. Steve joins from Collective, where he held the position of Managing Director at media and technology network Collective, and prior to that was Commercial Director at Unruly Media and before that, Videojug.
In her new role, Suhela, former Head of Global Customer Relationship Management (CRM) for ADTECH, will take charge of ADTECH operations in the UK and Ireland and will be responsible for the sales, CRM and customer service divisions. Since 2009 Suhela has headed up the global CRM team from Dreieich. In recent months she also played an important role in opening up new markets in India and Israel. In addition, she has represented ADTECH on various working groups and expert committees of the German industry organization BVDW and the whole online marketing sector.
Learn more about ADTECH and its worldwide offerings for publishers, ad networks, agencies and advertisers by clicking here.
Apr 27th 2012
Ahead of the London mayoral elections next week, The Huffington Post UK teamed up with LinkedIn to conduct an opinion poll asking London based professionals to voice their opinions on the widely debated topic of supporting business in the capital. Out of almost 1,000 London voters, 35% felt that job creation was the most important factor in supporting London businesses.
The poll findings come as it's revealed that Britain is back in recession, with recent figures showing that London has the second highest unemployment rate of any British region. Those aged 18-29 were the most vocal on the subject of job creation, with this age group making up the majority of those keen for it to be the new Mayor's top priority and reflecting the high levels of youth unemployment blighting the capital.
The poll also revealed that improvements to transport links and entrepreneurial support were of equal importance to voters, with each receiving 19% of the votes respectively. A further 14% of voters felt that crime and security should be the next mayor's priority, whilst the remaining 12% believed infrastructure should be the focus of our next mayor's efforts.
Learn more about the poll click here.