Katy Jenkins of Sydney and Moritz Von Sanden of Melbourne have been successfully appointed new roles in rapidly growing mobile video Vdopia’s Australian expansion as well as a new staff member the Singapore office.
Vdopia added three key staffers to its Singapore and Australia offices, as it seeks to strengthen its presence in the APAC region. Kaye Quema joins as regional head of aales, Southeast Asia (SEA) and will be based in Singapore; Katy Jenkins joins as partnership and programmatic manager for Australia and will be based in Sydney; and Moritz Von Sanden joins as state sales manager for Victoria and will be based in Melbourne.
Kaye Quema, Regional Head of Sales, Southeast Asia (SEA)
Quema joins Vdopia from a robust tenure at Yahoo!, beginning with Yahoo! Philippines as one of its first employees, joining as key accounts lead and deputy to country sales director in 2009. She then became head of business operations and key accounts for Yahoo! Indonesia, and was most recently business lead for Yahoo! Singapore. Prior to Yahoo!, Quema was online media manager and affiliate manager for Bayview Technology, Inc., an online gaming company in the Philippines. She began her career in a variety of account management positions with: Admax Network (first digital ad Network in the Philippines), New Media Worldwide (Philippines) and Purple Ace Pte., Ltd (software applications company in Singapore/Manila).
Katy Jenkins, Partnership & Programmatic Manager, Australia
Jenkins has a successful sales career, including being the highest billing sales manager in ANZ, at a previous role at Innovid.
Moritz von Sanden, STATE Sales Manager, VICTORIA
Von Sanden has had a solid and fruitful tenure in the ad tech space, serving in account management roles, delivering end-to-end creative and media solutions across mobile.
“Mobile video growth is exploding and nowhere is that more pronounced than in the APAC region,” said Preetesh Chouhan, senior vice president, APAC. “Matching our growth with an impressive group of new hires will position us well to take Vdopia to the next level.”
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