Bruno Acar joins Admitad as Chief International Officer

Admitad appoints Bruno Acar as Chief International Officer. In his new position, Mr. Acar will drive the international expansion of the fast growing IT-company, which exceeded $11 billion in total sales in 2021.

Bruno Acar has over 20 years of leadership experience in the digital industry, including his roles as Managing Director for the prop-tech platform HomeBeat. Live and Founder of Deploy. Berlin, a consulting network of top local professionals assisting foreign companies deploy their operations in the German capital Berlin.

In various international roles, he demonstrated his ability to operate in and adapt rapidly to fast changing markets, focusing on business development, digital strategies and branding. Bruno advised large media companies, content and mobile service providers on tech solutions and marketing insights.

“We are thrilled to attract a senior professional with such broad experience at this exciting moment in our history. As we continue to grow internationally, Bruno’s entrepreneurial spirit, his experience in various global markets and ability to operate in multiple cultures is a welcome asset” – says Alexander Bachmann, CEO and founder of Admitad

Bruno Acar is excited about his next move:  “Admitad has demonstrated it is well positioned to tackle the challenges ahead in the performance marketing industry. Next to strong, continuous above market growth, the investments in innovation and diversification are starting to pay off. Its efficient structure, open company culture, and operational strategy convinced me: Admitad is set to become a true global player.”

Bruno Acar will be based in Berlin and reports to CEO Alexander Bachmann based in HQ in Heilbronn.  In his role as Chief International Officer, he will work closely with other Admitad offices in Germany, UAE, Brazil, India, Poland, the USA and other countries.

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