Former Orange Digital EVP Stephanie Hospital joins myThings’ advisory board
myThings, the global leader in customized programmatic ad solutions, is excited to announce that former Orange Digital Executive Vice President Stephanie Hospital has joined its advisory board.
Ms. Hospital held several key positions at Orange for over ten years, including her most recent role where she was responsible for the company’s global advertising network that spans 795 million unique visitors across 5 continents and 60 countries.
In addition, Ms. Hospital led Orange’s digital activities, partnerships and acquisitions – including the acquisition of Dailymotion, where she currently serves as a director. She also served as chairwoman for Orange Digital, Unanimis, Starmedia and Orange Advertising Services.
An influential digital advertising figure, Ms. Hospital is also the Vice Chairman of IAB Europe (Internet Advertising Bureau), the voice of the digital business in Europe representing more than 5,500 organisations. She is currently working on her new venture with the launch of a European technology investment fund.
“I am very much excited to join myThings’ advisory board and be part of a company that is driving digital advertising innovation. Having partnered with myThings as both an advertiser publisher, I can personally attest to its technological edge. Its one-stop-shop for retargeting including desktop, mobile and Facebook, tied together with CRM integration, is uniquely suited for today’s multi-screen digital ad environment,” commented Ms. Hospital.
myThings was recently named by Deloitte as the second fastest-growing technology company and the fastest-growing ad tech firm in Europe in 2013 as part of its annual Technology Fast 500 contest.
The company’s CEO Benny Arbel added, “We are honored to have Stephanie as an advisor. Throughout her career she has demonstrated the kind of digital advertising experience, talent and leadership that will surely elevate myThings to new heights in the programmatic ad space.”