Conrad Tallariti joins Amnet in the new role of general manager to lead the Southeast Asia team

Conrad Tallariti - Amnet GM SEA.jpgAmnet, the programmatic agency for Dentsu Aegis Network, has appointed Conrad Tallariti to a new role as General Manager for Southeast Asia, overseeing offices in the region. The newly created role will lend strength to Amnet's rapid growth since its inception in 2014 which has seen the agency expand from one to six offices in Southeast Asia and Hong Kong. Tallariti (pictured) will be responsible for driving performance across five offices including Indonesia, Malaysia, Singapore, the Philippines and Thailand. He will lead four key teams - client servicing, product development, analytics, and marketing and report to Anna Chan, Regional Managing Director at Amnet.
Tallariti said of his appointment: "I am excited to be a part of the programmatic industry which is where the future of media is headed. The team at Amnet has demonstrated their expertise attaining great success over these four years and I look forward to working closely with each team member to keep the momentum. Over the next two years my goal is to position the agency as the best in class in the region, helping our clients buy effective, brand safe media through our innovative and unique tech stack."
Tallariti brings nine years of experience in the media and adtech industry and was most recently Head of Agencies in Southeast Asia and North Asia at LinkedIn. His experience spans across sales, strategy, content marketing, programmatic, and management in both regional and local roles at Sizmek and Microsoft. He speaks regularly at adtech conferences with previous speaking engagements at LinkedIn, iMedia Asia, MSN and Sizmek events.

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