Ensure you have the optimal capabilities in your organisation to succeed
What we do
In the increasingly-digital world of media and marketing, there is a war on talent. Advertisers and agencies are competing to attract specialists from a limited pool of expertise. Demand easily outstrips supply.
To make the most of your agency partnerships – and to maximise the benefits of bringing media and marketing functions in-house, as many advertisers are doing today – you need to have the right skills, capabilities, and operating models in place.
We work with you to ensure you have the right talent on your team, both to meet current challenges and to build competence and confidence for the medium-term future. We also help you define, refine, and implement the right operating model for you, enabling you to get the most out of your agency partners and at the same time address the strategic imperatives and business objectives of your own organisation.
Head of Media, London
Martin runs Ebiquity UK’s Media practice from our London office. He has been in media for more than 15 years. Martin has worked with some of the world’s biggest and best-known brands while working at Publicis, WPP and Dentsu Aegis.
Managing Director, DACH, Hamburg
Christian leads Ebiquity’s media practice in Germany, which helps clients to achieve greater transparency of their media spend and performance. Prior to joining, Christian spent 24 years working within media agencies including GroupM, Omnicom Media Group, and Dentsu Aegis. There he managed, built, and grew the agencies’ digital client business. He also developed new products, such as programmatic, on a global scale. Additionally, Christian spent two years building Germany’s newest cross-media sales house from scratch. Christian holds a degree in marketing communication from BAW Munich.
Managing Director, Paris
Nathalie joined Ebiquity in 2014 from Carat, where, as deputy MD, she led key clients including Beiersdorf, Nokia, and Lego. Also agency-side, she was MD of Starcom in France, working with clients including P&G, Samsung, Honda, and Blackberry. But she started her career client-side in the 1990s, where she rose to be marketing director of laundry care at Henkel.