Data management platform (DMP) company, Lotame, has appointed Alex Sibois as Asia-Pacific managing director to drive further expansion in the region.
He will report directly to Lotame CRO, Kevin Kohn, and will be based out of the company's Singapore office. In this new role, Sibois will lead the execution of strategic priorities, driving sales efforts and business growth across the Asia-Pacific region.
He will also continue to expand the company’s programmatic offerings in the region.
Lotame CEO, Andy Monfried, said Sibois’ experience in developing businesses domestically and internationally will help him in his new role.
"With a track record as a leader and strategist, we look forward to immediately benefiting from his insights as we continue to expand in this region. We are thrilled to have Alex on board, continuing to support Lotame's current clients while developing data solutions to meet the growing needs of this diverse market.
“Alex will be instrumental in accelerating our very aggressive development plan, especially with marketers and agencies in Asia-Pacific," he said.
Sibois joins Lotame after more than a decade developing revenues for high-growth technology companies in Europe, Middle East, and Africa; North America; Latin America and other developing markets around the world.
Before joining Lotame, he worked as the director for Xpandeo for six years. Prior to that, he was an advisor at Avocarrot for seven months.
Previously, he advised successful ad tech companies such as Liverail and Ooyala on how to successfully accelerate their international expansion. Sibois has also worked at Sien, which he grew into a multi-million dollar company in four years, and Vibrant Media, where he became general manager of the French market after running part of the company's business development in Europe.
"Lotame is well-respected in the industry for its technological innovations and unparalleled commitment to customer service. I'm thrilled to be a part of the effort to evangelise what the organisation of data can contribute to businesses by unlocking the value from programmatic activities in the Asia-Pacific region," Sibois added.