Adthena Adds to its London Team

Lorna Rose Gill Posted by Lorna Rose Gill

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Adthena, the leading source of competitive intelligence for search, will be helping more businesses than ever before after expanding its London team.

With a series of new hires, including additions to the marketing team and a raft of new competitive intelligence consultants, Adthena will be positioned to reach more enterprise-level companies, continuing its work with top digital marketers to develop insights into their PPC strategies.

Brad Cross, sales director at the fast-growing company, said: “Growing our London-based team is a testament to the incredible success of the business so far and the positive reception we have received from our high-level partners. Our work with major companies in fields such as retail, gaming and finance, as well as with respected agencies, gives digital marketers a clear picture of their complete search landscape, using our tool to benchmark their performance versus their competition, as well as providing insights such as ad copy review and brand infringements. Having the new team means we can reach more partners than ever before, and introduce them to our unique product.”

To find out more about how Adthena can help shape your marketing strategy, and book a demo with our team, click here.

Notes for editors

Adthena is the leading source of competitive intelligence for search, using a unique, patented algorithm to show digital marketers their complete search landscape, including keywords, competition, brand infringements and more. With offices in London and Sydney, international brands including Expedia, Volvo and Sony rely on Adthena’s deep insights to help build successful marketing strategies

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Lorna Rose Gill
Lorna Rose Gill
Lorna is responsible for acquisition marketing at Adthena, communicating their award-winning product and generating demand. She has developed her career in fast-paced, start-up environments, including two tech track 100 companies. She is curious and passionate and likes to find stories in data and technology.