EXECUTIVE HIRES AND RECORD ADVERTISING INVENTORY-AUDIOBOOM GROUP PLC

EXECUTIVE HIRES AND RECORD ADVERTISING INVENTORY-AUDIOBOOM GROUP PLC

Audioboom Announces Executive Hires and Record Advertising Inventory

 

 

Audioboom (AIM: BOOM), the leading global podcast company, is pleased to announce the hiring of two key sales executives to expand the Company's revenue operations.

 

Molly Harvey, formerly of SiriusXM and CBS Radio, joins Audioboom as Vice President of Brand Sales, while Shaun Wilson, formerly of Spotify and Sony Entertainment, joins as Vice President of UK Sales. Shaun is returning to Audioboom, where he previously held the role of UK Head of Sales.

 

The pair will drive the expansion of Audioboom's blue-chip customer base following the successful launch of the Company's brand-focused sales unit in 2023 which has seen strong early-stage traction with monetisation partnerships established at 8 out the top 15 major US advertising agencies.

 

Joining the Company in April 2024, Harvey and Wilson will have access to record levels of advertising inventory through the Audioboom platform. In March 2024, Audioboom created more than 1.1 billion available advertising impressions - 10% more than the previously announced record of 1 billion in October 2023.

 

Audioboom's CEO, Stuart Last, commented: "Our network flywheel is generating record levels of advertising inventory and we are investing in our sales operation to ensure we extract maximum value from it. Molly and Shaun are highly skilled and experienced sales executives, and they will play a key part in the growth of Audioboom's monetisation engine."

 

Molly Harvey, VP of Brand Sales, commented: "I'm thrilled to join the team at Audioboom, where I'm looking forward to leveraging my passion for podcasts and advertising to drive measurable results for our brand partners."

 

Shaun Wilson, VP of UK Sales, commented: "My return to Audioboom comes at an opportune time in the podcast space where brands are calling out for premium, creative, outside the box executions to really differentiate themselves to audiences."

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