Ebiquity names Janet Jones new Managing Director, Media, North America
by Ebiquity Marketing
Monday, August 17, 2020
Today, leading independent media and marketing consultancy Ebiquity announces that it has appointed Janet Jones as its new Managing Director, Media, North America. Headquartered in New York, Jones will report to Jed Meyer, Managing Director, North America, and work closely with Ebiquity’s global leadership team.
As Ebiquity continues to grow and strengthen its North American media practice, Janet will play a central role, said Jed Meyer, Managing Director, North America at Ebiquity.
She has contributed greatly to the management of our media clients over the years, as well as the leadership of our team. I have no doubt Janet will continue to drive meaningful results in this elevated position.
Jones joined Ebiquity in 2018 as Global Client Media Lead. During her tenure, she has led brands to oversee all aspects of North American service delivery across the company’s Media practice. In her new role, Jones will continue evolving Ebiquity’s Media service offering in-line with the rapidly evolving ecosystem and help the consultancy’s clients approach media investment decisions to deliver maximum business impact.
I look forward to taking on new duties within Ebiquity’s Media practice, especially during such a crucial time for clients, said Jones.
Independent advice and trusted measurement have become more valuable than ever before. In the coming months, the team and I will partner to help the world’s leading brands navigate the ever-evolving media and marketing landscape.
Jones has over 25 years of agency and marketing experience, including serving as SVP, Group Client Director at Mediavest/Spark Foundry, where she managed all aspects of media strategy and investments for clients such as Walmart, Sprint, and Kraft. She begins her new position as Managing Director, Media, North America, for Ebiquity immediately.
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