Kiosked hires David McGrath as APAC MD

David McGrath

David McGrath

Finland-based ad tech firm Kiosked has appointed David McGrath from Australia’s Nova Entertainment network as APAC MD, based in Singapore.

The announcement:

November 19, 2015, Singapore. Kiosked announces today the appointment of David McGrath as Managing Director of Asia Pacific. Based in Singapore, David will oversee all aspects of Kiosked’s sales, business development, partnerships and go-to-market strategies for the region, commencing in December 2015.

David has an extensive digital background with more than 15 years of senior content and commercialisation leadership across several global digital corporations including PCCW (, Yahoo! and Telstra.

Prior to Kiosked David was employed as Group Commercial Operations Director at the Lachlan Murdoch owned Nova Entertainment network, where he oversaw the company’s digital revenue growth. During this time he forged technology partnerships with Google and Adobe, as well as established the Nova Entertainment programmatic trading desk utilising Rubicon Project and SpotX. David has also been a member of the IAB (Australia) Audio Council.

David McGrath, Managing Director of Asia, Kiosked, comments: “Advertising is going through a period of change, with digital driving a new wave of activity across native, programmatic, plus attribution and viewability standards. Kiosked is a global leader in this space and I’m excited to be joining the business in this time of innovation and growth.”

Peter Clothier, SVP of Business Development at Kiosked states: We are thrilled to have David joining Kiosked and helping us strengthen our presence in the Asian Pacific region. His comprehensive knowledge and background in digital advertising is an incredibly valuable asset for Kiosked. I look forward to work with him very much and we are all excited to have him onboard.”

Source: press release


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