Palo Alto, California (PRWEB) August 20, 2014
The leader in the digital distribution of branded rewards, Ifeelgoods is pleased to welcome the arrival of Vidhu Sharma to its budding Silicon Valley team, who will be serving as the Vice President of Account Management in charge of leading Ifeelgoods’ account management services.
With a proven track record of fueling account growth in the performance-based advertising industry, Vidhu comes over to Ifeelgoods from Fyber Inc., where she helped foster gaming account expansion for US mobile app distribution. Her prior experience also includes a role as the first advertiser account manager for TrialPay, where she worked with notable brands like Disney and Discover Card along with helping to scale the advertising account management team and infrastructure, generating increased revenues from $1,000,000 to over $70,000,000.
Ifeelgoods CEO Michael Amar notes that, “With the launch of our new and expanded platform, we’re thrilled to have someone with Vidhu’s invaluable account management skills on board—a proven team leader that will assist clients implementing the most effective campaigns possible.”
“In light of such a rapidly growing market, I’m excited for the opportunity to manage lead client partnerships and accelerate future growth, particularly with such a forward-thinking brand,” Vidhu adds.
Founded in 2010, Ifeelgoods’ worldwide state of the art digital platform allows for marketers to create unique campaigns to reward customers across multiple sectors including e-commerce, CRM, social media, shopper marketing, loyalty schemes and many more. Marketers can create user experiences using Ifeelgoods’ extensive catalogue of over 100,000 premium digital offers including music downloads, movies, mobile apps and more, allowing consumers to directly redeem rewards through over 50 integrated apps including Facebook, Mailchimp, Salesforce, SurveyMonkey, Paypal and Zendesk. Boasting big name partners and clients like Walmart, Gap and L’Oreal, Ifeelgoods is backed by blue chip investors like IDinvest, Tugboat Ventures, Kima Ventures and Quest Venture Partners.