As a Sports Marketing Manager and then Brand Manager across all channels, Jamie spent 5 years helping put the Sky Sports and Sky channel brands on the map. He left Sky to co-found Profero in 1997, the UK’s first digital media agency. The company pioneered internet advertising across Europe and was the first to plan and buy digital only campaigns for leading advertisers. Jamie helped grow the company from start-up to £9.4 million turnover in just 3 years. He exited via a management buy-out in 2002.
Jamie became involved in various digital projects and start-ups before launching Web TV Enterprise in August 2006. As the Founder and MD, he pioneered the online video market and built the largest premium online video ad network in the UK. When the company was acquired by Collective in March 2011, it represented many of the UK’s leading web publishers and was one of the main buying points for pre-roll advertising in the UK alongside the main broadcasters. Web TV Enterprise was rebranded Collective Video in August 2011.
Nathan is an experienced digital marketer who has held several key roles at agencies and technology providers.
Most recently he was European Client Services Director at Kenshoo, overseeing a team of 12 who supported clients including Tesco and John Lewis and large agency networks such as the Omnicom Group and Havas. Kenshoo is a digital marketing software company that engineers technology solutions for search marketing, social media and online advertising.
Nathan’s role at Collective is to bring together the key components that drive Collective, inventory, data and technology.
Dominic brings with him 13 years worth of agency experience. He started his career as a TV and radio buyer at Mediavest before spending a number of years running the high profile COI radio account at OMD and Starcom. Since then Dom has taken on broader investment roles at Starcom including Head of Press, Radio and Outdoor before assuming the role of Client Investment Director, responsible for all of the implementational planning and buying across a diverse set of accounts including InBev, Autoglass and RIM.
After 11 years at Channel 4 working within their ad sales unit, Simon joined The Web TV Enterprise in January 2007. He was instrumental in setting up the sales division and helping Web TV grow its revenues from nothing into a multi-million pound business by 2010. He is experienced in dealing with TV and VOD buying departments at a senior level across all mainstream media buying agencies. With established media agency relationships, Simon brings traditional TV planning and buying expertise to the online video market place.