ZEASN, a TV operation system maker that integrates AI and web3 technology, appoints Mike Duin as VP global marketing & communications. Duin joins the company from Roku, where he served as director of communications. He previously held marketing and communications leadership roles at tech companies Belkin and Cisco. In his new post, Duin will be part of ZEASN's global strategy committee. “Mike brings invaluable expertise in scaling and profiling tech companies globally,” said ZEASN CEO Jason He.
Quadient, a French company that helps businesses digitize and automate their communication activities, brings on Amazon Web Services head of global marketing for small and medium businesses Petra Wolf as CMO. Wolf has also served as senior director of integrated marketing for EMEA at Dell Technologies. At Quadient, she will be responsible for the company’s global marketing strategy and initiatives to elevate the brand. “Her strategic vision, coupled with an extensive understanding of the global market and demonstrated success in digital sales, make her the perfect fit for our team,” said Quadient CEO Geoffrey Godet. “Petra will play a critical role in leading the future of Quadient's brand and connecting us with our customers in meaningful ways that drive accelerated growth for our communication, financial, parcel and postal automation cloud SaaS solutions.”
MediaCo Holding Inc. hires Chris Squire as SVP of sales and marketing for its two New York City-based radio stations, HOT 97 and WBLS. Squire joins MediaCo from iHeartMedia in Philadelphia, where he was the SVP of sales. Before that, he was general sales manager at Townsquare Media in Trenton, NJ. “With Chris’s extensive experience and deep understanding of customer needs, we are excited to have him at the helm of our sales department to help advertisers achieve success by leveraging our terrific broadcast and digital audiences,” said MediaCo interim president and COO Kudjo Sogadzi.