Seasoned executive will expand presence and grow revenue across the region.
Marketers are using more location data than ever, but consumer privacy concerns and an evolving landscape have raised new challenges. Marketers must be more transparent and thoughtful about collecting and using geolocation.
eMarketer interviewed several industry luminaries including Jill Orr, COO at Eyeota, to uncover how marketers are using location data, how location data quality has evolved, consumer attitudes toward sharing location data, and how the advertising industry reacted to GDPR.
Evolving data laws run the risk of creating continued headaches, but GDPR has pushed most brands, agencies and publishers to a better place, argues Eyeota's international MD Aaron Jackson in Campaign Asia.
Internationally conditioned executive will drive European revenue growth initiatives.
Chris Emme, Managing Director, Americas at Eyeota writes for the IAB on how to assess your data stack: "The ad tech landscape has outlived an era of turmoil marked by an overabundance of players with fragmented data solutions (buying technologies). In their wake, over-promising and under-delivering resulted in a period of confusion. As the dust finally settles, however, brands can now more clearly see whom the key players are in the platform space and make decisions about their tech stacks accordingly. Simultaneously, marketers are choosing particular buying platforms to automate media buying across search, social, display, mobile and more, and are now on the road to true automation."