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Funding1M-5M USD
IndustryMobile, Advertising
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Head of Client Services

at StrikeAd in New York, NY   —   Jul 11, 2014   |  
StrikeAd has created a unique, simple and powerful solution that lets advertisers buy quality, efficient mobile inventory that is both relevant and scalable in a far more transparent and effective manner.

StrikeAd built from the ground up a proprietary real time buying tool which provides access to mobile audiences and today has become one of the largest centralized platforms offering tablet and smartphone (web and app) media, globally. Adhering to brand safety, offering flexible tracking options, deploying brand research and placing media analytics in the hands of our brand partners are the core of StrikeAds vision. As a forward thinking team, the StrikeAd ID has effectively taken the shape of a universal cookie for mobile buying – allowing frequency capping and audience/behavioural database building, targeting and retargeting within the mobile programmatic space.
The ideal candidate would be eager to fulfil the following duties:
Drive a high level of client satisfaction and means to access
Enhance business development intake and set up process
Leverage resources across StrikeAd to ensure consistent delivery to external customers
Embrace client's business needs and successes
Determine strategy which maximizes solution offerings to strategic and
key clients
Support appropriate training and development for staff
Steer client satisfaction initiative which advocates for clients
internally and coordinates with other functions to implement client
systems, complete projects, and address ongoing service needs with the
goal to delight client
Experience with Digital/Mobile Client Services a plus.
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