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People Powering Eyeota: (Former) Intern Edition, Part II: Feryna

by Bennie Sham on

Say hello to Feryna, our Junior Graphic Designer. Starting as a fresh-faced intern, she is now our creative machine, churning out great designs at full-speed. Always exuberant, she is based in our Singapore office and supports the design needs of global teams.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Topics: APAC, Southeast Asia (SEA), New Hires and Offices

People Powering Eyeota: (Former) Intern Edition, Part I: Verriona

by Bennie Sham on

Behind every great company is a great team. Eyeota is powered by a group of exceptional and talented individuals from all around the world, and being a part of Eyeota means empowering people with potential.

Although they work behind the scenes, our interns are essential to making our teams run effectively. Now these interns are full-time employees at Eyeota. In our upcoming People series, we’ll highlight our youngest employees to see what life as an Eyeotian intern was like and how future interns can leave an impact.

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Topics: APAC, Southeast Asia (SEA), New Hires and Offices

Introducing Ailish, Audience Specialist, EMEA

by Bennie Sham on

Ailish Duddy is an Audience Specialist with a focus on the EMEA region. She provides bespoke audience proposals to campaigns. Hailing from Scotland, Ailish is based in our London office. Have a segment inquiry? Contact Ailish at the Eyeota Data Desk.

 

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Topics: Audience Data, APAC, EMEA, Americas

Treasure Data and Eyeota Partner to Strengthen Data Offerings and Amplify Audience Targeting

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Eyeota, the global leader in audience data, and Treasure Data, the leading customer data platform to make all data connected, current and easily accessible, have partnered to bring Eyeota’s extensive audience data segments to more clients around the globe.

 

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Topics: APAC, Partnership, Platforms

Introducing Christina, Audience Specialist, APAC

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Our resident Aussie Audience Specialist, Christina Banh covers audience data requests, RFPs and recommendations for Asia-Pacific. Have a segment inquiry? Contact Christina at the Eyeota Data Desk

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Topics: Audience Data, APAC, EMEA, Americas

Introducing Ben, Audience Specialist, Americas

by Bennie Sham on

True to the Eyeota ethos, our new Data Desk is powered by an amazing team of individuals. In between RFP requests, we chatted with our Audience Specialists to learn more about them and the interesting requests they get.

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Topics: Audience Data, APAC, EMEA, Americas

Introducing the New Eyeota Data Desk

by Bennie Sham on

We are excited to announce the launch of the Eyeota Data Desk, a new resource that directly connects brands, agencies and media buyers with our Audience Specialists to help them identify and build the best audience plan to boost their campaign performance.

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Topics: Audience Data, APAC, EMEA, Americas

Data in Demand... 5 Questions with Skimlinks, Exclusive APAC Data Partner

by Bennie Sham on

Recently, our APAC team took the executives from Skimlinksthe leading content monetization platform, on the road to meet with key agencies and partners in the region to learn more about our APAC data partnership.

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Topics: Publisher, APAC, Events

Data in Demand... 5 Questions with Tomoyuki Ikeda (Digiday Publishing Summit Japan)

by Bennie Sham on

We’ve had the pleasure to attend yet another great Digiday Publishing Summit last month, held in Japan. Our Head of Business Development for the Japan region, Tommy Ikeda, shared his take on the event and key takeaways.

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Topics: Publisher, APAC, Events

Tomoyuki Ikeda Joins Eyeota as Head of Business Development for Japan

by Bennie Sham on

Eyeota, the global leader for audience data, has announced the addition of Tomoyuki (Tommy) Ikeda as its new Head of Business Development for Japan. Reporting to Trent Lloyd, Co-founder and Managing Director, APAC, Tommy will drive sales and business development and further expand Eyeota’s footprint in Japan.

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Topics: APAC, New Hires and Offices, Japan

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