Nurun Inc., a global interactive marketing agency, today announced the appointment of Jim Yang to the role of chief strategy officer. As a member of the global executive team, Jim will lead strategic initiatives to ensure that Nurun remains at the forefront of the digital space.
"The continuous evolution of the digital space requires agencies to constantly challenge and adapt their positioning to better service clients and their consumers," said Jacques-Herve Roubert, president and CEO of Nurun. "As a digital native and one of our homegrown talents, Jim has demonstrated his ability to have success at every level of our organization. I think he's a great example of the type of leadership that can help move the industry forward."
Jim has been with the agency for more than a decade and is responsible for the significant growth experienced by the Nurun Toronto office in the past few years. He has successfully delivered smart, creative solutions to a roster of industry leading clients including Home Depot, Holt Renfrew and most recently Sears Canada.
"It's an exciting time for us as a global agency - while the industry has been going through a phase of consolidation and integration, we've been investing in new tools and emerging technology. We're committed to being a leader in using digital to create consumer value, I think it's the definition of what it means to be a digital agency." said Yang.
Yang is based out of Nurun's Toronto office.
Nurun Inc., a subsidiary of Quebecor Media Inc., is a global company which strategizes, executes and measures interactive programs that use interactive technologies. From building awareness to acquiring and retaining customers, Nurun's solutions provide exceptional user experiences that enable e-commerce transactions while leveraging the lifetime value of client relationships. Since it was founded in 1995, Nurun has worked with a wide variety of companies and organizations including: L'Oreal, DANONE Group, AT&T, Louis Vuitton, Areva, Home Depot, Sears Canada, Fondation Renault, Microsoft (MSN), Equifax, Telecom Italia and the government of Quebec. Nurun's centers of expertise employ more than 800 professionals in Canada, the United States, Europe and China. For more information, please visit www.nurun.com (http://www.nurun.com) .