Data management platform (DMP) provider Krux today announced the opening of an office in London, its first international space. The purpose of the new office will be to help the San Francisco-based company "better serve the needs of European publishers, marketers and content providers." In addition to the new office, three new companies - Financial Times, Telegraph Media Group, and Axel Springer Media Impact - today announced that they will use the Krux data management platform (DMP) for their data needs.
Tom Chavez, Krux's co-founder and CEO, stated, "As Krux continues to grow, we have decided to expand our physical footprint so that we can get closer to the many international markets we are already serving."
The London office will be led by Richard Foster, who will serve as Krux's managing director of Europe. "I look forward to supporting our existing European clientele and building out the Krux international organization," Foster stated.