Creation of a Women in Programmatic network for France – Image

After opening offices in the UK in 2018, in Spain, Germany, the United States and even in Australia, the women in programming network (The Women in Programmatic: TWIPN) is setting up a new structure that aims to cover France and Belgium. “This movement aims to offer women working in the field of programmatic advertising, and more broadly in the field of ad technology, the opportunity to work in networks, to strengthen their personal and professional capacities in order to develop as best as possible in this sector,” he explained. Press conference.

This new chapter consists of 9 personalities:

– Josiane Inamo, Regional Lead – Currently Head of Agency Sales at The Trade Desk (Ex TF1 PUB and MTV);

– Anne-Claire Cornée, at DailyMotion in charge of international sales (formerly Criteo and Zeta)

– Pegah Mofidi (ex Yahoo, Altice, AOL), responsible for virtual training sessions

– Pauline Conjard, at The Trade Desk in charge of the Luxury division (formerly G+J IMS, Le Moci and Exterion Media), responsible for members and partnerships

– Athénais Derrien, at Equativ, responsible for publishing (ex ID5)

– Amélie Zuber, Team Leader at Index Exchange (formerly Amaury Media and Adconion), responsible for physical events and sponsorships

– Anne-Sophie Goncalves, account director at The Trade Desk (formerly Magnite and timeone), responsible for Social Media

– Larissa Rangel, account director at Magnite (formerly Cherry Group), responsible for diversity and inclusion

– Estelle Reale, CMO at DK (formerly Sublime, Xaxis, 24/7 Media), responsible for communications

The first night that serves as the official launch will take place on November 14 at the Criteo location. Because TWIPN is a non-profit collective, membership and all events are free; especially thanks to local companies and sponsors who made possible the development of this movement in France and Belgium: Criteo, Index, Magnite, The Trade Desk.

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