Yahoo7 Names Rachel Page As Victorian Sales Director

Yahoo7 Names Rachel Page As Victorian Sales Director
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Yahoo7 has announced the appointment of Rachel Page to lead the company’s Melbourne sales team – a regional role that will see her join both the commercial leadership team and senior leadership team for the wider business.

After a number of years leading the sales offering in the southern states for Pandora, Page will be tasked with growing Yahoo7’s Victorian operation, further developing key agency and client partnerships and driving new business relationships in this markets.

Bringing nearly two decades of cross-channel leadership experience with her to Yahoo7, Page has worked across TV, out of home, sports marketing and digital.

Prior to her role at Pandora, she held positions with a number media companies including Mi9, Channel Ten and oOh!media, as well as roles with IMG and Impact Advertising.

Paul Sigaloff, chief revenue officer at Yahoo7, said Page’s appointment signals the company’s commitment to further building the business in the Victorian market.

“Rachel’s experience in the Melbourne market is unrivalled and securing her for the Victorian sales director role has been a real win for us,” he said.

“She is a true leader with a passion for growth and innovation. Finding a candidate with the talents she possesses has been a key part of our strategy for driving what is a critically important market for us, and beyond this, Rachel will play an important role in leading the broader Yahoo7 business.

“We’re absolutely thrilled to have her on board.”

Commenting on her appointment, Page said: “I’m delighted to be joining such an incredible team and brand at Yahoo7. Our market position in data, content and technology is strengthening, and I’m excited to be working with the Melbourne office and the senior leadership team to evolve and drive Yahoo7’s commercial story, position and partnerships.”

Page will commence her new role at the end of the month.

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