Camille Dupré joins Qriously from YOC

Also expands its team in London & USA

Camille Dupré has joined Qriously from YOC where she was Sales Director, having previously held a similar role with US online advertising provider, Tribal Fusion. Oriously has opened a new French office in Paris, France and she’s now as head of sales in the region. Her task will be to drive Qriously’s growth in France – particularly around Qriously’s  consumer channel – ‘Opinion Targeting’.

Christopher Kahler, CEO with Qriously, observed, “2013 was a fantastic year for us and now is the ideal time to expand into continental Europe.”

“We’re delighted that Camille has come on board to help us develop the business in France where we’re anticipating a lot of growth.”

Qriously taps the value of opinion by serving questions on smartphone apps to determine consumer intent for brand marketers.

The company has also made more hires in the USA and UK, appointing Phillip Lauria and Jess MacIntyre in those regions respectively.

Jess joins as marketing Manager EMEA, after spending the last six years woth agencies like Aesop and media owners such as JCDecaux, and most recently, Ocean Outdoor.

Phillip joins as Qriously’s US marketing manager, having provided digital marketing strategies to clients suchas Razorfish and Digitas.

Andre Davidson has joined the Qriously sales team in Los Angeles, Justin Holmes comes on board in New York while Jackson Tobin joins the London sales team.

About Hans Cett

Hans Cett is an established freelance author and consultant specialising in the mobile communications industry. He also writes for Countdown2MWC - http://countdown2mwc.wordpress.com/
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