Mobile has revolutionized how consumers time their day and take time out from it. Isn’t it time that mobile became just as integral and essential for advertisers?
Cross-platform ad serving sounds good, but unless mobile works on your ad platform, your ad platform isn’t working. From device-aware delivery and cookie-less tracking, to mismatched impression counting and inadequate attribution reporting, yesterday’s digital advertising paradigms have been outmoded by mobile platforms. Medialets makes mobile advertising work, with Servo™ – the only accountable, actionable mobile ad serving platform with MRC Accredited measurement. As the global pioneers of mobile ad serving, campaign management and creative, Medialets transforms how brands and agencies effectively develop and deploy mobile marketing.
Servo’s exclusive mobile attribution reporting and efficient workflow make mobile campaigns easy to create, deliver, and measure using any creative in any format—standard, video, rich media, or search.
As CEO of Medialets, Richy Glassberg brings decades of experience in media, digital advertising, sales, operations, technology and leadership roles to the industry's leading mobile measurement and attribution platform. Prior to joining Medialets, Richy pioneered digital at Turner Broadcasting by launching CNN.com in 1995, and helped lead businesses for News Corp including Speed Channel and TV Guide Networks. In 1996, Richy helped guide the industry with his work as a a co-founder of the IAB and served as Vice Chairman for its formative years, helping to establish the organization as the leader in providing industry standards, research, and guidance. Richy currently serves as the chair of the IAB Mobile Measurement Committee, sits on the MRC Digital Board and is a founding board member of Breastcancer.org.
James O’Connor leads global sales and client services for Medialets as SVP Global Sales. James has worked in mobile since its inception, first at ShockConcepts before leading customer development and mobile at Velti. During James’ career, he brought the first mobile and gamification workshop to Cannes Lions, and has helped build Medialets’ presence around the globe for the past four years.
John Ruvolo has is SVP Sales, North America, leading the national sales team across the New York, Chicago, and Los Angeles offices. John joins Medialets from CurtCo Media (owners of Robb Report), where he served as Chief Revenue Officer. Prior to CurtCo, John led sales at Martini Media, PulsePoint, and ContextWeb.
Andrew Dryden leads Medialets’ APAC office, based in Singapore. Andrew has been with Medialets for six years, in roles covering business development, publisher relations, sales, and operations. In APAC, Andrew will oversee sales, operations, and account management. Prior to joining Medialets in 2010, Andrew worked in international roles at Publicitas and the United Nations.
Kiran Kaur is Medialets’ Director of Agency Sales for Europe, the Middle East and Africa, based in London. Most recently at Conversant, Kiran has digital and media insights experience from roles at eBookers, the Digital Property Group, Polestar Communications, Global Radio, and ITV.
Careers at Medialets
At Medialets, we do what we love and we love what we do. It’s that truth that gave us an early-mover advantage and continues to fuel our commitment to service and innovation.We also understand that passion alone does not translate to success. That’s why we foster an environment that inspires productivity, collaboration and achievement. We encourage growth and creative thinking, while always keeping the needs of customers top of mind.
Medialets is the forerunner in the dynamic world of mobile advertising. As the industry’s only third-party ad server built from the ground up for mobile, we’re changing the way brands, agencies, publishers and consumers think about advertising. We’re also growing quickly and looking for passionate people motivated by the opportunity to innovate.Explore our openings below, then contact us to let us know what you can bring to the company that’s shaping the future of advertising. We can’t wait to hear from you.
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