Ad Tech and Martech
Vidoomy | September 14, 2021
Vidoomy's presence in the UK outlines the success of the company's global expansion strategy. In one year the company has implemented Sales Teams across all major countries in the world.
The Adtech company which specialises in delivering digital video solutions for advertisers, has opened its new offices based in London to bring to the market its Adtech solutions, helping brands and agencies in an even more demanding and agile context.
The team in charge of the operation will be led by Sergio Tallón, Vidoomy's Country Manager in the UK, who will be responsible for generating new partnerships and collaborations with local advertisers and agencies.
The recent incorporations within the local team are further proof of how the company continues to successfully strive in the British market through a commitment to grow its UK branch.
Vidoomy is ranked as one of the companies with the highest audience reach in the digital advertising ecosystem. Since its beginnings, the firm has invested in the creation of a unique in-house technology, enabling brands and agencies to reach their audiences and brand territories through contextual and cookieless solutions across more than 2,500 premium publishers.
Since 2019 Vidoomy has experienced rapid growth globally, which has led to the implementation of local teams across key countries around the world. Territories including the UK, Spain, Netherlands and Italy amongst others.
The UK Team
Sergio Tallón has been appointed to take on the role as Country Manager in the UK. Sergio has more than twenty years of experience within the industry, having worked alongside companies such as Dentsu, GroupM, HAVAS, OMD and Seedtag. Sergio will lead a team of experienced professionals ranging from different backgrounds in the digital landscape.
Antonio Simarro, VP of Vidoomy, stated that, "Sergio's appointment to our team is a key step for positioning Vidoomy within the UK. Our projection for 2022 is turning the market into our strongest one within Europe. I'm sure that with Sergio's experience we will achieve this."
Sergio mentioned, "I'm very excited to be part of this ambitious project. The response of the UK market has been outstanding, demonstrating that more agile and efficient alternatives are needed to cover the needs of the digital marketing industry."
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