TrialPay Expands Management Team and Opens Berlin Office

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We have two pieces of news that we’d liked to share with you today. We’re announcing the opening of our new office in Berlin and the addition of three members to the management team!

Following TrialPay’s explosive growth in 2011 and latest round of funding, our Berlin office highlights TrialPay’s increasing leadership role in the industry as we expand our global influence. TrialPay has had a European presence for many years, but the European headquarters solidifies TrialPay’s commitment to deepening international relationships and growing our business.

Our new Managing Director of Europe Robert Schneider will lead the European team. Robert served most recently as Head of Global Publisher Sales at zanox, the leading European performance advertiser network, and at TrialPay Berlin he will lead the effort to strengthen international offer inventory and advance partner relationships across Europe.

In the US, our recently appointed Senior Vice President of Sales and Partnerships Jim Gerber and Vice President of Brand Sales Chris Davis will round out the management team. Jim has extensive experience working on content and strategic partnerships at Google, where he managed an AdSense business team responsible for over $200 million in revenue and worked with publishers across a variety of mediums to get more print content indexed in Google’s various products. Chris, formerly the Senior Vice President of Global Sales at Gaia Interactive, will execute TrialPay’s direct brand sales efforts and will be integral in diversifying and building up brand advertising on TrialPay’s platform.

These three new members will provide the necessary leadership and expertise as TrialPay faces an exciting year ahead and establishes a major presence in online payments and advertising.

Read full press release here.

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