Social media intelligence company Replise has appointed Dan Foreman as Non-Executive Director on its Board. In addition, Dominika Poleszak has been promoted to the role of Managing Director in Warsaw and Sven Sperling has been named Managing Director in Hamburg.
Replise integrates classic market research methodologies with social media analytics and listening technologies. The company was founded in 2010 and employs more than 50 specialists working in offices in Frankfurt, Warsaw and Budapest. As part of its expansion plans, it is also opening an office in London.
Foreman joins the Board to strengthen the firm's presence in the UK. He has more than twenty years of experience in the research sector, and currently works at consumer insight technology firm Lumi Mobile. Prior to this, he served as CEO of full service agency Insight International, held senior roles at ActiveGroup, Opinium, FocusVision, WFCA, Incite, Added Value and Research International, and worked client side as Research Director at Kimberly-Clark. In addition, he serves as President of industry association ESOMAR, and is Chairman of online research app platform ZappiStore.
In his new role, Foreman will champion the company's research products across the professional community. CEO Gergo Vari comments: 'I believe it is Dan's passion for emerging technologies and his professional reputation that will greatly strengthen the Board. His contribution to the strategic objectives makes me confident that we are going to see Replise grow dynamically in the coming year.'
Poleszak takes up the role of MD in Poland having joined the company last year as Business Development Manager, and previously served as Key Account Manager at Gemius. Sperling, who also joined Replise last year, previously worked as a Product Manager at IT specialist Manwin, before which he was Sales Director at media monitoring firms X-Ray Personal Media Digest and CCS Content Conversion Specialist.
Web site: www.replise.com .
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