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AndBeyond.Media, the world’s leading global on-demand native marketplace serving over 1 billion MM ad experiences, today announced the appointment of Ashley King as its VP of Publisher Development. In her role, King – a recognized industry maven with over 14 years of experience will lead the company’s publisher acquisition effort and market development strategy for the US, with a key focus on accelerating the growth of the business and its offerings across the region.
Ashley joins AndBeyond.Media from Kiosked where she spearheaded the organization’s publisher partnership sales strategy as its senior director. Previously, she was engaged in similar partnership development roles at Optimatic Media and PubMatic. Ashley has worked with leading companies like USA Today, handling portfolios spanning from business development to offering her expertise in the mobile, display and video advertising ecosystem.
“Ashley is one of the most experienced and well-connected people we’ve come across and I’m excited we can bring on someone with so much knowledge of the ecosystem to be a part of our leadership team,” said Karan Gupta, CEO at AndBeyond.Media.
Talking about her new role Ashley King, VP Publisher Development, AndBeyond.Media said, “AndBeyond.Media is representative of being one of the finest innovative companies in the programmatic advertising space. I’m impressed by the company’s technology and offerings – that are future-ready, unique and scalable. It’s exciting to be part of such a young, dynamic, growth-oriented team, and I’m looking forward to achieving greater milestones as we continue scaling our business.”
“Ashley brings with her a wealth of expertise and stellar understanding of what publishers look out for. I’m positive that her contributions would prove to be indispensable as we continue expanding our business,” added Pankil Mehta, CBO, AndBeyond.Media. These announcements come at a period of rapid expansion for the company’s business not just in the US, but globally.