Rocket Fuel ANZ Appoints Mailee Creacy As Country Manager

Rocket Fuel ANZ Appoints Mailee Creacy As Country Manager
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Programmatic marketing platform provider Rocket Fuel today announced the appointment of Mailee Creacy as country manager, Australia & New Zealand.

Creacy has worked at Rocket Fuel for six years, she was formerly director of platform development for Rocket Fuel in New York and moved to the Sydney office in September to take up the position of sales director (NSW & QLD).

In this role, Creacy will be charged with overseeing all of Rocket Fuel’s business and operational activities across Australia and New Zealand. She will also lead the sales functions, ensuring the sales and product strategy delivers best-in-class client partnerships.

Creacy, who takes up the role immediately, is an accomplished digital media executive with expertise across all facets of programmatic marketing.

“I’m excited to be taking on the role and leading the team here in Australia as we continue to grow and develop stronger client relationships”, said Mailee Creacy.

“Rocket Fuel is such a great company to work for and I relish the opportunity to drive the business forward and cement our leadership position in the Australian market.”

“We are seeing tremendous growth in the Australian market across both our managed service and platform solutions business ”, said David Gosen, managing director & SVP International, Rocket Fuel.

“I am delighted to announce the appointment of Mailee Creacy as our new country manager for Australia and New Zealand to continue to drive that growth. Mailee brings deep experience of programmatic performance, brand and platform media sales from the US and more recently in Australia. It is great to have her leading our talented team to deliver real client success in the market.”

 

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