RTL AdConnect is restructuring its salesforce in Germany. The office is welcoming this month three new faces, in the persons of Artur Kobryn, Marcel Schmidt and Vanessa Jäger.
Artur Kobryn is now Director of RTL AdConnect’s DACH-East Europe Business Unit and responsible for further business development in Germany, Austria and Poland. He will be based in Cologne with his team of five people.
As a native Swedish, Artur speaks five languages including Swedish, Polish, English, German and Spanish. Prior to joining RTL AdConnect, he worked at Mediacom in Germany for more than ten years, most recently as Managing Partner, Head of International.
Commenting on his new position, Artur Kobryn said: “I am very excited to join RTL AdConnect at such exciting moment for the RTL Group and for the industry. RTL Group’s position in Europe is unparalleled, given the Total Video offer’s content, platforms and geographical reach. It’s a very attractive proposal responding to today’s and tomorrow’s challenges for brands in terms of brand safety, reach and quality content.”
Stéphane Coruble, CEO RTLAdConnect says: “We are delighted to welcome Artur, who has a strong international media expertise with his over 15 years’ experience in global agency networks. He will be a fantastic asset to bring expertise to German clients focused on international total video opportunities. We believe in the huge potential of the German market as a key market for international developments and future innovation in the total video world.”
Vanessa Jäger and Marcel Schmidt are joining the German team as respectively Office Sales Coordinator in the Sales Department and Senior Sales Manager.
Previously, Marcel used to work at Ströer Sales & Services GmbH as Key Account Manager and Vanessa was International Sales Administrator at Parragon.
Vanessa and Marcel are now completing the DACH-East Europe BU, already composed of Stefan Hakel, Senior International Sales Manager based in Vienna, and Jana Esters, International Sales Manager based in Cologne. All of them report to Artur Kobryn.