Kuhnel Joins PulsePoint as UK General Manager
PulsePoint, a global digital technology company headquartered in New York City, today announced the appointment of Alex Kuhnel (pictured) as the new UK general manager. A renowned digital industry professional, Kuhnel brings over 10 years of experience to the role having held management positions with leading audience measurement and telecommunication brands. At PulsePoint, Kuhnel will be charged with overseeing the company’s UK office and building new opportunities for advertisers and publishers throughout the European region.
“Alex’s expertise in data and the technologies that enable audience targeting and analytics across digital channels makes him a remarkable asset,” said John Ruvolo, senior vice president of sales at PulsePoint. “With Alex’s knowledge and passion, he is the right person to help PulsePoint execute against the business goals we envision within the European market.”
In his previous roles, Kuhnel developed a proven track record of defining winning business strategies to create a competitive advantage and drive sustainable growth. Prior to joining PulsePoint, Kuhnel served as the product director of digital advertising services for Experian, spearheading the rollout of Experian data and analytics to the online industry in the UK and across the main European markets. Earlier in his career Kuhnel worked in increasingly senior roles at leading UK mobile networks T-Mobile UK and Orange UK.
“PulsePoint is a globally recognized technology leader, and I am thrilled to help manage and build upon the company’s presence in the UK,” Kuhnel said. “With an innovative suite of solutions in high demand, clear vision driven by a new CEO and a strong reputation in the UK market, it’s an exciting time for PulsePoint, and I look forward to contributing to the company’s continued growth.”
Kuhnel is based in London and was educated at Université Montpellier and Copenhagen Business School.
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