SOURCE: ActionX

ActionX

November 19, 2013 10:00 ET

ActionX Names Former Google and Apple Exec Jeremy Arnon VP, Advertising Sales

Arnon to Lead East Coast Sales and Agency Partnerships for Growing Mobile Retargeting Platform

NEW YORK, NY--(Marketwired - Nov 19, 2013) - ActionX (www.actionx.com), the first platform that connects the dots between mobile customer acquisition and mobile retargeting, today announced that mobile industry veteran Jeremy Arnon has joined the company as Vice President, Advertising Sales. In the newly created role, based out of New York, Arnon will build key partnerships for ActionX's mobile commerce platform with retailers, brands and agencies.

Previously Arnon was responsible for Google's GeoCommerce partnership development efforts and played a key role in partnering with leading national retailers and CPG companies to speed adoption of next generation shopper marketing products including Google Wallet, Mobile Shopping and Google Offers. Prior to Google, Jeremy ran iAd Partnerships & Alliances at Apple.

"We're excited to have Jeremy on board. His mobile expertise and deep experience with both brands and agencies is the perfect mix to further accelerate our growth," said Evan Schwartz, CEO, ActionX.

"Over the past decade working in mobile with companies including Google and Apple, I've observed the challenges in making mobile work for brands focused on driving transactions," said Jeremy Arnon, vice president, Advertising Sales, ActionX. "ActionX has developed a mobile retargeting platform that is driving very impressive results for major retailers and subscription brands. I'm thrilled to be part of the team and look forward to contributing to ActionX's success."

About ActionX
ActionX was built to transform the way companies drive revenue through the exploding mobile channel. The ActionX platform connects the dots between mobile customer acquisition and mobile retargeting giving brands the tools they need to drive revenue. Founded by seasoned e-commerce veterans, ActionX is backed by SoftBank Capital, Verizon Investments, Lerer Ventures, AOL Ventures, Golden Venture Partners and other top industry leaders. For more information visit www.actionx.com

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