S4M Appoints Scott Dornblaser as SVP Sales for the Americas

S4M New SVP Sales

S4M (Success for Mobile) appointed Scott Dornblaser as its new SVP Sales in the US region. The mobile ad-tech company based out of Paris, France will have Dornblaser leading the company’s sales expansion across North and Latin America. Dornblaser’s major aim is to lead and advance the US based sales team apart from expanding company’s revenue in US business region. With a revenue growth of 81% in the past year, S4M made it in the Top 100 Digital Enterprises in France this week as recognized by PwC.

Scott Dornblaser will be directly reporting to Fred Joseph, S4M’s US CEO and Global COO, who said, “Scott joins S4M with over 20 years of digital experience, bringing a wealth of sales and management experience to the growing Americas team. After our initial successes in New York and recent expansion in Miami, Scott’s appointment is timely to help strengthen our expansion in the Americas.”

A mobile-native ad tech company, S4M provides a premium global programmatic platform to help brands and marketers utilize its end-to-end campaign management solution. It measures and optimizes ad impression to enhance conversion. The company’s platform enriches mobile engagements while connecting clients with their intended audiences.

In his previous assignments, Dornblaser worked as VP Sales at Drawbridge and Conversant Media, which have seen tremendous team growth and immense expansion in mobile revenues under his leadership. He worked with LivingSocial in New York City as a General Manager and led to a 100% revenue growth on a yearly basis for the company.

Scott Dornblaser
Scott Dornblaser, SVP Sales


“I am thrilled to be joining S4M. Working with a company dedicated to transparency and performance in the mobile space is a special opportunity. With the MRC accreditation, cost per landing page buying model, and unique creative capabilities, we have the best solution for any marketer who is serious about mobile advertising,” Dornblaser said.




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