New Hires at Habu, Razorfish, and Channel Factory
The Street Fight new hires roundup features movers and shakers in adtech, martech, e-commerce, localized marketing, location intelligence, and more. This month’s roundup features new hires at Habu, Razorfish, and Channel Factory.
Habu Announces Chief Marketing Officer
Data clean room company Habu hired Abbas Makhdum as Chief Marketing Officer. Makhdum has built and led marketing teams for B2B technology companies, including Oracle, IBM, and Certona. Most recently, Makhdum served as Head of Product Marketing Data & AI, Analytics, Customer Data Platform for Oracle Advertising and CX.
Razorfish Appoints Strategy Leaders
Razorfish has announced three new strategy appointments.
Nicolas Chidiac will be Chief Strategy Officer, Brand & Experience. In this capacity, Chidiac will be responsible for helping Razorfish clients articulate their purpose and ensuring that message is translated across channels and audiences.
Edward Gonzalez will be Chief Strategy Officer, Performance & Experience. He will be responsible for ensuring Razorfish clients achieve their target business outcomes by leading the integration of marketing channels, experiences, and commerce.
Josh Seifert will be Head of Corporate Strategy, partnering with Razorfish leadership to steward long-term, sustained growth.
Channel Factory Hires Chief Operating Officer
Channel Factory, a global brand suitability and ad performance platform for YouTube, is bolstering its leadership team in the US by appointing David Hinton as Chief Operating Officer.
Hinton, a more than 20-year industry veteran will be reporting to Tony Chen, CEO and founder at Channel Factory, and will be based in Bellevue, Washington.