Adconion Media Group today announced six new additions to its growing Canadian operations at the company’s Toronto offices. The advertising network also moved into a new Toronto office recently as part of their continued expansion plans.
“Adconion Media Group is a leader in digital and video advertising solutions in Canada, and we’re proud to be attracting such top talent to our Toronto team,” said Tina Mooney, Vice President, Adconion Canada. “Staying ahead in this industry requires a team of experienced digital professionals, and we’re thrilled to announce these additions to our continually growing Canadian operations.”
Philippe Kleim joins Adconion Canada as Senior Ad Ops Manager, responsible for developing and managing Canadian ad operations. With six years of background in online campaign analysis and optimization, he most recently served as a Revenue Analyst for QMI Sales in Toronto. Prior to that, he gained international experience in online advertising roles in Europe and Asia.
James Huyler takes on the role as the new Sales Manager for Montreal and Toronto, and will be responsible for managing sales for Joost and Adconion Media Group. He was previously Media Planner and Sales Executive at Suite 66, where he was voted “Best Sales Executive” at the Ad Club’s Internet Day 2010.
Kristen Spratt has come on board as an Account Executive for Western Canada and Toronto, managing sales for Joost and Adconion Media Group, bringing six years of experience in digital, out-of-home and print advertising to the Toronto team. Prior to joining Adconion, she held online positions with Transcontinental and Torstar Digital.
Joining Adconion Canada as a Media Account Executive, Jordan Brooks will be primarily responsible for inventory management and partnership development. Brooks brings with him over five years of experience in both freelance web development and online marketing/business development.
Keith Wong joins Adconion Canada as Senior Media Account Manager, providing media planning, strategy and product marketing support. With over a decade of experience, Wong has held media buying and planning roles with Iovate Health Sciences, Top Drawer Creative, and Grey Canada. His media buying/planning experience spans television, radio, print, OOH, online/digital, SEO, SEM, social media and mobile.
Jennifer Tennisco has joined the team as Associate Delivery Manager. For nearly three years prior to joining the Adconion Canada, she worked extensively with Canoe/QMI’s local and community online publications. Her role was pivotal in the successful migration of more than 120 community newspapers and 1,000 campaigns to a new DFP platform.