RhythmOne Appoints Kumaran Sambandam to VP of International Demand Partnerships

by | Jan 24, 2020

RhythmOne LLC, a Tremor International company, announced the appointment of Kumaran Sambandam to the position of Vice President of International Demand Partnerships.

In his new role, Sambandam will oversee the programmatic growth of the RhythmOne Supply Side Platform (SSP), leading the programmatic demand team for the international side of the business and will focus primarily on expanding the international market.

Sambandam has spent more than 12 years working in the advertising technology and media industry. Most recently, he held the position of Senior Vice President of Global Revenue at Matomy Media Group, in which he led the development of an in-app only ad exchange, grew global revenue for the business and spearheaded its UK operations.

Sambandam has also held positions at MobFox, InMobi and AOL, and started his career as a data scientist working in analytics, before making the move into advertising and technology.

Gal Topaz, SVP Exchange Operations and Sales, RhythmOne, said: “It’s important for us to provide innovative solutions to connect brands with consumers, and Kumaran’s appointment will enable us to achieve this on a global scale. We were very impressed with Kumaran’s track record, working within adtech, and have every confidence in his ability to align our strategy with our demand partners.”

Sambandam said: “Tremor International and RhythmOne have an excellent reputation within the advertising industry and work with some incredible clients. I’m extremely excited to join the RhythmOne division and thrilled to expand the international business for the company.”

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