Addictive Mobility announces new hires due to growing demand for its mobile ad solution

Anne Freier

In Mobile Advertising

January 18, 2016

Mobile ad tech company, Addictive Mobility, just announced a series of new hires to prepare the company for projected growth in 2016. The company’s mobile in-app ad end-to-end solution and robust mobile data management platform (mDMP), that allows corporate clients working with Fortune 500 brands to create and manage mobile campaigns, have experienced an increase in demand. Given that mobile users now spend 86% of their time in-app, the new hires are going to help re-engage mobile users and increase ROI.
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Naveed Ahmad, CEO, Addictive Mobility, says:

“Finding the right fit is always a top priority for us as we are building a platform that meets tomorrow’s mobile in-app advertising needs today. We demand a rare set of technical knowledge and expertise to fulfill positions in the fastest-growing space in digital media, and we’re happy to welcome seven new hires to continue delivering successful mobile ad campaigns for our clients.”

The company has increased its staff across global offices by 20%, including two hires dedicated to operations in the Middle East. Addictive Mobility added sales and tech teams in its Toronto and Dubai offices. Among newly added experts in its Toronto sales team are Account Director Victoria Martinez-Lees, Senior Technical Account Manager Iva Marcovic, and Technical Account Manager Danielle Thomas. Blair Hoddinott, DevOps Engineer, and Anselm Lau, Junior Data Scientist joined Toronto’s technical team. Berwyn Moog, Sales Director and Creative Technologist, joins the Dubai office.
Dana Toering, CRO, Addictive Mobility, adds:
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“Adding to our sales team and creating a new account management layer means that our customers will receive enhanced customer service and constant communication on all campaigns. As our customer base continues to grow, these new hires will ensure that our high standards of personalized support is met on all accounts.”

 With 52 employees globally, the company, launched in 2010, has featured on the Branham300 list of top ICT companies in Canada three years in a row, and placed on Deloitte’s Canada Fast 50 list and Deloitte’s North American Fast 500.