All3Media’s digital content agency and media network, Little Dot Studios , has appointed Chris Imlach as its new Head of Paid Media.
In the newly created role, Imlach will report to Wayne Davison, Chief Sales Officer and MD International and will be responsible for the business’ UK Paid Media division, ensuring the partners of Little Dot Studios across entertainment, sports and consumer brand verticals, are “delivering best in class paid social, content amplification, paid search and online performance marketing.”
Along with growing and developing Paid Media partnerships, Imlach will be responsible for driving growth strategies for clients as well as managing all projects and staff within the Paid Media team. The role will focus on planning, strategy, together with partnerships, whilst working alongside Little Dot’s media operations teams.
Prior to Little Dot Studios he worked at both start ups and some of the world’s largest agency groups, such as Publicis, OMD and, most recently, WPP.
Wayne Davison, Chief Sales Officer and MD International said: “Chris is the latest in a string of fantastic hires for our Paid Media team, as it continues to grow from strength to strength. Chris’ energy, expertise and leadership will truly enhance our existing capabilities, bring new vision as well as a broader product suite to our paid media work, whilst we continue to deliver best in class strategy for our partners and our international business. We’re excited to see him leading the team as he evolves our Paid Media proposition, and just as importantly brings an additional sense of style to our team.”
Chris Imlach added: “I am extremely excited to join the team at Little Dot Studios, leading the growth and delivery of the Paid Media offering. Little Dot has a reputation for working with world-leading brands, telling fantastic stories and creating an inspiring, inclusive working environment. I can’t wait to be a part of that and bring my media experience to the company to help drive even stronger results and more innovative work for clients.”
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