Eyeota, a leading audience technology platform enabling the intelligent use of data, announced the appointment of two new executives to its senior leadership team: Chris Suh joins as senior vice president of corporate development and strategy and Don Lee joins as vice president of global platforms.
“As Eyeota sustains its impressive growth trajectory, with compounded growth exceeding 75 percent over the past five years, our newest team members will help guide strategy and successfully execute against it,” said Kevin Tan, CEO and co-founder of Eyeota. “Chris and Don both add unique and complementary perspectives to our team in their respective fields that will be invaluable to the entire Eyeota team as we continue our expansion in the U.S. market as well as on the world stage.”
Suh joins Eyeota with a background in investment banking, private equity and corporate development and has deep experience across media and technology. He is a seasoned corporate development professional, with experience evaluating and executing acquisitions and venture investments at advertising holding company WPP, market research and insights company Kantar, and expert network company Gerson Lehrman Group.
At Eyeota, he will play an integral role in leading strategy and corporate development, including strategic initiatives to drive the company’s growth, business development, acquisitions and capital raising.
“Eyeota’s emphasis on quality, transparency and privacy compliance is unparalleled in the space, which is one of the many contributing factors driving its global expansion,” said Suh. “I am excited to join Eyeota at a time of rapid growth and tremendous change in the industry.”
Lee is a highly experienced data products and platforms expert with a record of building and growing key platform partnerships. In his new role, he will collaborate closely with partners to develop innovative data strategies based on ecosystem trends and future growth areas. Lee previously worked on the partner management team at Oracle Data Cloud, nurturing relationships with companies like The Trade Desk, Google and Twitter. He exemplified his strong data knowledge and product management in roles at Criteo, Razorfish Health and Krux Digital, servicing key accounts including Fortune 100 brands. Earlier in his career, Lee focused on search optimization strategy at Publicis Modem and product and consumer research at Yahoo.
As Eyeota continues its rise as a major global player in the data ecosystem, the addition of these two key senior executives will further strengthen the company’s ability to deliver deeper data strategies to its clients and propel the company’s strategic partnerships forward.