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UK entertainment ad sales firm Venatus bolsters team with two new hires

UK entertainment ad sales firm Venatus bolsters team with two new hires

UK entertainment ad sales firm Venatus has bolstered its team with a new Publisher Relationship Manager and Business Development Manager.

Serena Pasion joins from Ogury to take the Publisher Relationship Manager role. She will be responsible for supporting the company's portfolio of publishers, including Xbox Achievements and PlayStation Trophies.

The role of Business Development Manager goes to Emma Henderson-Williams, former Business Development Manager at Spotad. She will be tasked with onboarding new gaming and entertainment sites and apps.

A time of exceptional growth

"Both Emma and Serena bring experience of supporting publishers across platforms and international territories and I am delighted to welcome them to the team," said Venatus CEO and Co-Founder Rob Gay.

"This is a time of exceptional growth at Venatus and it is fantastic to have filled two of the six roles that we are currently advertising."

This isn't the first hire the firm has made in the last couple of months. Venatus hired former Network N Sales Director Dean Smith as its new Head of International Sales in August 2017.


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