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POKKT announces appointment of Dina D’Souza as VP-Sales & Revenue Strategy

18-February-2016
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POKKT announces appointment of Dina D’Souza as VP-Sales & Revenue Strategy

POKKT, the video advertising and app monetization platform, has announced the appointment of Dina D’Souza as Vice President – Sales & Revenue Strategy.  D’Souza will join the POKKT team to drive the overall global ad revenues and sales strategy and will be reporting to Rohit Sharma, Founder & CEO at POKKT.

 Speaking about the appointment, Vaibhav  Odhekar, COO  & Co-founder, POKKT said, “Today POKKT is the leading Ad Platform for Mobile Video Ads within Gaming Apps in India & SEA. We are delighted to have Dina on board because of her strong understanding of Digital Advertising space. We are confident that Dina’s vast experience in Digital Ad Sales will help us scale our revenues significantly and reinforce our leadership in the rewarded Mobile Video Ad space in India & SEA.

 Commenting on her new professional journey, D’Souza added, “I am excited about my new role at POKKT and look forward to working with its young and dynamic team. POKKT’s success story has been an exciting one. The team has successfully created new and differentiated video ad products for the mobile & gaming platform. I look forward to growing POKKT’s footprint across markets & being a part of the team to drive its accelerated growth story.”

 With 16 years of experience in the print and digital media industry, D’Souza is an experienced leader and well known in the Indian digital media industry. Prior to this role, she delivered stellar performances at 9X Media, Microsoft, Yahoo! and Bennett Coleman & Co Limited.

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