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The Ozone Project, the UK’s leading high attention digital advertising platform, has hired Emma Cranston into the newly-formed role of Head of Client Services, reporting directly to the company’s Chief Revenue Officer, Craig Tuck.
Prior to this appointment, Emma was Head of Display Activation at Manning Gottlieb OMD, one of many senior roles she held - including Head of Publishing and Investment Director - in a near-fifteen year career at the agency. Prior to joining Manning Gottlieb OMD, Emma worked for Carat.
In this new role, Emma will take responsibility for Ozone’s Client Services approach and lead the team that manage ongoing relationships and live campaigns with both media agency and advertiser customers. Emma will join Ozone on March 23rd.
Craig Tuck, Chief Revenue Officer, The Ozone Project, said: “We’re absolutely delighted to be welcoming Emma to the team in what is a critical role for leading and shaping our customer relationships while our platform’s growth continues to accelerate. In an industry where client service trumps all, Emma’s wealth of experience in effectively managing advertisers and media owners with great rigour and professionalism, will prove invaluable in shaping our own approach. We can’t wait for Emma to start.”
Emma Cranston, incoming Head of Client Services, The Ozone Project, said: “Having watched the evolution of Ozone from an agency perspective, I am incredibly excited to be joining a business that offers a really distinct, fully-scaled platform alternative for its customers. Ozone has been rightly applauded by the industry for challenging the status quo and I look forward to being part of the team that is creating new and better ways to approach digital advertising.”
About The Ozone Project
THE OZONE PROJECT is the leading premium digital advertising platform, providing
advertisers with access to highly attentive, broadcast-scale audiences across the UK. Ozone’s monthly audience of over 45.3m* engaged readers - 99.6% of the UK’s online population - can be found in a context that they trust, through an ecosystem that is transparent and easy to access. Formed by Guardian News & Media, News UK, The Telegraph and Reach PLC, The Ozone Project is bringing advertisers and publishers closer together to deliver better outcomes for all.