In response to the increasing demand from clients in Germany, we’re extremely thrilled to announce the opening of our brand new Düsseldorf office. With London, Madrid, Milan, New York, Paris, Singapore and the Berlin HQ, Düsseldorf is our eighth office and second branch in Germany.
North Rhine-Westphalia, with Düsseldorf serving as its capital, is home to some of the largest enterprises from the automotive, FMCG and technology industry, thus providing solutions to this area defines the need to have a greater presence in the region. Entrusted with the role of supporting the DACH Sales Team for the growing number of clients in Germany, David Luchtenberg and Nadia Daboussi are joining Adsquare as Senior Account Managers of the Düsseldorf office.
David and Nadia are programmatic masterminds. Before joining Adsquare, David was Associate Manager at Accenture Interactive and Group Head Programmatic Advertising at Publicis Media. Nadia joins us from GroupM where she worked as Product Manager. The strength of David and Nadia relies on their knowledge of the industry overall and on their familiarity with Adsquare and its capabilities more specifically as they both served as Adsquare´s counterparts in their past roles.
“Düsseldorf is the epicenter for advertising with leading strategy consultants, creative agencies and media agencies living door to door. It is a logical step for Adsquare to expand into this region to better empower our clients in leveraging our data-driven solutions for improved planning, targeting and insights. ” says Luise Weiss, General Manager DACH at Adsquare. “In David and Nadia, we’ve found two ideal new team members to support the development of existing and new relationships and reinforce growth in Germany, Austria and Switzerland”, adds Luise.
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