Quividi Hires Brett Warner to Lead US Expansion
Quividi, the #1 Audience & Context-Aware platform for DOOH and Digital Signage, announces that Brett Warner has joined the company as Head of Business America.
In this role, he will focus on building out the US operations, growing programmatic partnerships and evangelizing the benefits of Quividi’s platform for operators, brands, and manufacturers.
Based in New York, he will report directly to Ke-Quang Nguyen-Phuc, CEO of Quividi.
Brett joins Quividi with immense experience in the video, ad tech, and programmatic space. Most recently he was Partner Director at Yahoo leading relationships with the largest video publishers including A+E, Comcast, and MLB. Prior to BrightRoll’s acquisition by Yahoo, Brett was the first member of the BrightRoll Publisher Business Development team. Brett focused on growing video supply and programmatic partnerships which helped BrightRoll become the largest programmatic video ad exchange.
Before joining BrightRoll, Brett was the first US-based Business Development Manager for Unruly Media, in charge of launching new supply partners including Pandora, Wikia, and DailyMotion, and developing new product solutions and custom ad formats.
“Viewability and Attention have become commonplace currencies to trade online digital advertisements. The same metrics are now coming to DOOH, where Quividi has evangelised the power of attention for years and is the global reference with 700+ million people analyzed every month. I am excited to join the company at a time when DOOH is ripe for programmatic disruption and ready to experience the growth that happened online in Display, Mobile and Video.” says Brett Warner, Quividi Head of Business America.
“Brett’s depth of experience in the programmatic industry is a strong asset for Quividi. We’re committed to our vision that more accountability builds the trust the advertisers will trade upon and that accurate data, whether real-time or computed insights, will help create better, higher quality communication.” says Ke Quang Nguyen Phuc, Quividi CEO.