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Peter O’Sullivan Joins Kenshoo Social As Sales VP

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Kenshoo has appointed Peter O’Sullivan as vice president of sales for Kenshoo Social.

In his new role, Mr. O’Sullivan will lead all aspects of sales; key responsibilities will include identifying strategic growth opportunities and providing sales leadership as well as further expanding Kenshoo Social’s footprint across geographies and global offices in the Americas, Asia and Europe.

Mr. O’Sullivan brings nearly two decades of sales and business development experience with companies like  Google, Geocities and Ziff-Davis. Prior to joining Kenshoo Social, he led the sales, account management, marketing and research teams at Twelvefold Media (formerly BuzzLogic, an advertising and technology company that helps companies target, reach and engage their audiences online), where he began as vice president of sales in January 2010 before being named chief revenue officer in January 2011. Before that, he directed the west coast advertising operations of Google. Prior to joining Google, he held strategic sales and business development roles at Geocities,  Internet Appliance Network and Ziff-Davis.

Upload: 11-04-12

 

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