Lotame hires Fred Marthoz as managing director for South East Asia based out of Singapore

Fred Marthoz.jpgData solutions company Lotame has appointed Fred Marthoz as Managing Director for the South East Asia (SEA) region.

Based out of the company's Singapore office, Marthoz (pictured) will serve as a member of the company's executive leadership team. In his role, Marthoz will be responsible for spearheading Lotame's efforts across business lines and driving market growth for the SEA region.

"I'm very excited to welcome Fred back into the Lotame family," said Andy Monfried, Founder and CEO of Lotame. "Having served as Lotame's Sales Director for EMEA, Fred is no stranger to the company. His equanimity and steadfast contributions in expanding Lotame's leadership position in Europe have left us more than fortunate to have him back to continue building our presence - this time in the APAC region."
An industry veteran in the tech and digital media industries, Marthoz has spent more than a decade working for a number of big brands, as well as emerging startups, including Microsoft, Google, Playphone and Mocean Mobile, among others. His most recent role was Sales Director, EMEA at mParticle. Prior to that, Fred served as Lotame's Sales Director for EMEA for four years and played a vital role in driving success and growth in Europe.

"I'm thrilled to be a part of Lotame again and excited to continue expanding our presence in this fast-paced and dynamic APAC market," said Marthoz. "The industry is constantly evolving and, through it all, Lotame has been a leader in data solutions globally. We're at the forefront of new technological innovations and helping the digital media industry deliver more personalized and relevant consumer experiences."

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Adam G said:

Hi!

I work closely with the team at Lotame to monitor and improve their online presence. I was conducting research into our brand mentions online when I came across your article.

It would be useful for your visitors to be able to learn more about Lotame as they read your article. Would you be able to include a link to https://www.lotame.com/ in your article? If you have any questions or would like to discuss this further, let me know.

I hope you have a great rest of your day!
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