Global Appoints Ryan Ladisa as Vice President of Sales for DAX, Canada

Global logoGlobal, the Media & Entertainment group, has revealed the visit of Ryan Ladisa as its brand-new Vice President of Sales, Canada, for its pioneering digital marketing program, DAX.

Ladisa signsupwith the DAX Canada group from Media.Monks where he served as SVP of Growth for North America driving digital improvement for customers throughout a breath of markets. A veteran in the Canadian marketing and innovation company, Ladisa brings over 20 years of experience throughout outside, tv, programmatic, and innovation.

“We’re delighted to welcome Ryan as the brand-new lead for DAX Canada,” stated Jon Hales, Chief Growth Officer (CGO) of DAX North America. “His management and company development experience will construct on DAX’s strong tech structure and distinct publisher offering, all while assisting marketers boost their reach and link with brand-new audiences at scale through podcasts, online audio, streaming, videogaming and audio video.”

Ladisa will be managing the daily operations of the Canadian company as well as handling all DAX sales efforts for the area.

“I’m delighted signupwith the experienced group at Global,” stated Ladisa. “The world hasactually changed, and streaming audio has accepted the change with open arms. I’m delighted to develop upon the strong innovation structure DAX represents and provide on the requires of marketers with premium unique supply and exceptional reach in the varied audio landscape.”

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