Fluent, Inc. Promotes Tamara Alesi to Chief Growth Officer
“With the combination of increased competition and more ways to interact with consumers than ever before, brands must start prioritizing and strategizing differently,” said Alesi. “I am thrilled to take on this important role to lead the next phase of our company’s growth as we diversify and expand the value we deliver for our users and clients.”
As Chief Growth Officer, Alesi will play a key role in overall business innovation, media and operations, including new product development and strategy. She will also serve as a key thought leader and partner to the CEO and executive leadership team.
“As a company committed to creating valuable outcomes for our clients, this newly created position establishes growth from innovation as a priority,” said
A marketing and media industry veteran with over 20 years of experience, Alesi joined Fluent earlier this year as Senior Vice President of Media Strategy. Prior to Fluent as an agency executive, she built and managed several global, Fortune 500 brands including,
Alesi will also represent Fluent next month at the Cannes Lions Festival, where she is co-moderating a town hall with
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Source: Fluent, Inc.