Former Digital Chocolate VP Cyril Barrow Joins ThingLink as Chief Operating Officer

Cyril Barrow has been appointed as chief operating officer of ThingLink, the most popular in-image publishing platform for brands and consumers. Barrow will lead ThingLink’s global operations and execute the company's growth strategy.

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Helsinki, Finland (PRWEB) August 21, 2012

ThingLink, the most popular in-image publishing platform for brands and consumers, announced that Cyril Barrow has been appointed as chief operating officer.

Barrow brings 13 years of process management, IT, mobile and social gaming experience to the ThingLink, including development of global operations both for enterprise and start-up companies. As a vice president of platform operations for Digital Chocolate, Barrow provided coordination and management for the company’s games development, production and logistics systems.

In this newly created position, Barrow will lead ThingLink’s global operations and execute the company's growth strategy.

“Cyril’s experience and insight will serve us well as we accelerate the growth our interactive image network and engage a global consumer audience,” said ThingLink CEO Ulla Engeström.

In the past 18 months ThingLink has grown its image tagging tool into an in-image publishing service used by over 30,000 publishers across the U.S., Canada, Europe, Asia, South America and Africa. Publishers include musical artists, record labels, newspapers, film companies, TV networks, music festivals and media agencies, including the National Post, Guardian, MTV, Interscope Records, Pink Floyd, Evanescence, Bruno Mars, David Lynch Foundation and IKEA. ThingLink currently employs 15 staff in Finland and the United States.

For more information visit ThingLink.com and Twitter @ThingLink.

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About ThingLink
ThingLink is the most popular in-image publishing platform for brands and consumers. ThingLink technology changes the way people interact with photos by transforming them into a surface for advertising, commerce, entertainment, search and social connection. Brands, publishers and bloggers utilize ThingLink in their images to share links, drive traffic, and set up image-based advertising campaigns. ThingLink has offices in San Francisco, New York and Helsinki.