Marketing technology SaaS platform Ad-Lib, today announced the expansion of its senior leadership team, with the appointment of Adit Abhyankar as CEO and Patrick Collister to the role of Creative Director.
Abhyankar and Collister have joined Ad-Lib from Google to bring together data and creative for brands. Previously Abhyankar was Head of Google Marketing Platform, Continental Europe and Emerging Markets, and Collister held the role of Head of Design at Google Zoo.
Abhyankar brings more than twenty years digital advertising experience in the US and EMEA to the role. Prior to Google he was Executive Director at Visual IQ, an attribution technology company acquired by Nielsen, and Chief Operating Officer at SolutionSet, a brand technology agency, now part of Publicis. As CEO at Ad-Lib, he will oversee the next stage of growth and investment in Ad-Lib’s platform, the team and client relationships.
Collister is a creative industry veteran with over thirty years experience in high profile roles including Executive Creative Director and Vice Chairman Ogilvy London, Chief Creative Officer, EHS Brann Group. Joining Ad-Lib as Non-Executive Director last year, in his new role as Creative Director Collister will provide insight and input into the ongoing design of the platform and manage the Ad-Lib design hub.
Ad-Lib’s AI-driven platform is powering the ability for global brands such as Nestle, to realise personalisation at scale, revolutionising the digital ad creative process by streamlining creative ad production workflows, automating digital asset creation and optimising creative performance across display, video, social, native and mobile.
Adit and Patrick share Ad-Lib’s vision for saving digital advertising from itself by using AI to both improve personalisation and creative quality. We are thrilled to be building out our team with the best talent in the business and the desire of these industry pros to join our company is testament to the true value of the solution we are offering.
Oli-Marlow Thomas, Founder and President, Ad-Lib