Sydney, Australia – Digital out-of-home (DOOH) advertising firm Hivestack has announced a new appointment to their first advisory board, a step towards Hivestack’s APAC regional expansion.
Harry Dewhirst, formerly of independent advertising platform Amobee, to which he co-founded and was acquired by Singapore-based telecom Singtel in 2012, joins Hivestack’s advisory board and will overlook the company’s advising and counsel on its APAC strategic expansion.
Aside from his Amobee background, he was also the president of data analytics firm Blis, to which he worked on the company’s commercial partnerships and international growth. Furthermore, he has also worked as a non-executive chairman for public relations agency Mutant Communications, non-executive director for alcohol delivery company Trouble Brewing, and more recently as partner for fund investing startup Ballpark Ventures.
“I am thrilled to have the honor of being appointed as Hivestack’s first Advisory Board member”, commented Dewhirst. “Having led companies in the region and being both a serial entrepreneur and investor, I can clearly see why Hivestack’s technology and talent will advance the ad tech and martech industry in APAC. I look forward to facilitating their success and supporting their expansion plans in the region.”
Meanwhile, Andreas Soupliotis, co-founder and CEO of Hivestack commented, “We are delighted to welcome Harry as a member of Hivestack’s Advisory Board. His success as a founder and entrepreneur building and scaling digital and tech companies to huge success, makes him an invaluable asset as we continue to expand our operations in Asia-Pacific.”