Suppakit Limboonsong joins AdParlor Asia Pacific as country director in Thailand

Oat_AP_1.jpgAdParlor Asia Pacific has appointed a new Country Director in Thailand, Suppakit Limboonsong. The appointment is part of AdParlor Asia Pacific's wider plans to continue expanding its capabilities and presence in the region.
Limboonsong, former General Manager at Spark Foundry (previously known as MediaVest), joins the team with over 12 years of expertise in market insights and research to better drive strategy and integrated media planning. At AdParlor Thailand, Limboonsong (pictured) will be responsible for driving new business acquisition, in addition to the development of new creative and technology services, to better serve clients in the market.
"Thailand is one of the fastest growing markets in Asia," commented Matt Sutton, CEO, AdParlor Asia Pacific. "Suppakit brings deep expertise and market knowledge in helping brands drive their business objectives through data, analytics and insights. We are confident he will be able to lead our already impressive team in Thailand to strengthen AdParlor's strategic direction and deliver smarter, more efficient and innovative solutions for our clients."
Limboonsong leads a team of over 30 experts providing customised and effective digital marketing solutions for brands and agencies. In addition to building existing data and programmatic buying capabilities, Suppakit will also oversee the establishment of a new creative services offering in Thailand to provide a one-stop solution for marketers in Thailand.
"It is an exciting time for digital in Thailand," said Limboonsong. "Bangkok alone is home to over 30 million active Facebook users, with another 16 million across other parts of the country. With AdParlor's smart user data combined with powerful technological tools, brands now have an opportunity to unlock a vast, mobile-first market with immense potential."

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