UK digital advertising technology company, Crimtan, has announced five new hires to its UK office.
This follows the recent news that Crimtan has been recognised as a rising company to keep an eye on by theSunday Times Tech Track, as well as the announcement that it had acquired creative and video software company, Scenestealer.
Kate Messenger, who previously held senior positions at BSkyB and Unanimis, will join the business as client services director where she will leverage her wealth of client experience across Crimtan’s broad range of clients.
David Hill has been appointed as regional sales manager, based in Manchester, bringing with him extensive sales experience from media heavyweight positions including The Telegraph Media Group, ITV, TPC Media and Spotify.
Nicholas Hill joins as junior ad trader having recently completed a BSc in Computer Science and Mathematics at the University of Bath.
Trading director, Anastasia Lyapchenko, and trader, Pavel Sklyarov move to London from Crimtan’s St Petersburg office to support the growing UK business.
UK managing director of Crimtan, Adrian lacey commented: “Crimtan is undergoing a period of rapid expansion following a number of significant client wins and we’re delighted to welcome these strong individuals to our team. This has been an exciting period of development for Crimtan – which includes the recent acquisition of Scenestealer – and with more announcements in the pipeline, our Sunday Times accolade as a “one to watch” is rightly justified.”
This article appeared in M&M Global