Personalization platform Movable Ink recently named three executives to its top corporate team as it pursues global expansion.
Nilay Gandhi was appointed as vice president, corporate development. Gandhi will oversee the company’s strategic investments and acquisitions.
Previously, Gandhi was senior vice president at Fortress, in their Private Equity group, and has also served at such firms as DoubleClick, Google, Getty Images, and Tapad.
In addition, Adam Stambleck was promoted from chief revenue officer to the company’s first president & chief customer officer. Stambleck will be responsible for worldwide sales, marketing, partnerships and brand, and will also oversee the company’s client experience and strategy teams.
Replacing Stambleck as chief revenue officer is Jeremy Seltzer, formerly senior vice president of worldwide sales. Seltzer will focus on international expansion, partnerships and bringing new products to market.
Overall, the company has hired 120 employees this year, bringing the total global headcount to over 400 employees.
In other developments, Movable Ink has:
Vivek Sharma, CEO and co-founder of Movable Ink, says that in the first half of the year, the company has "expanded into new international markets and partnered with over 100 additional category-leading brands across the globe."
Sharma adds: “As we head into the second half of 2021, we look forward to continued global expansion, additional milestones in mobile personalization, and the opportunity to solve personalization challenges for more of the world’s most innovative brands.”
Last year, the company raised $30 million in Series C funding.