Keene will also become the Exec Tech Council representative on the IAB Australia board.
IAB ETC to address critical issues in industry
The IAB ETC was launched in 2017 to take full advantage of the IAB’s scale, competencies, and member base to identify and address critical issues in advertising technology innovation.
It has four main priority projects for 2022: supporting mentorship, addressing the talent and careers challenges; supporting the AdTech enquiry and providing Australian privacy guidance.
The ETC includes 30 representatives from media and technology companies including Integral Ad Science, Google, News Corp, PubMatic, Xandr, Magnite, Spotify, The Trade Desk, Yahoo, Index Exchange, LinkedIn, Cartology, Quantcast, Twitter, The Guardian, Seven West Media, InMobi, Playground xyz, Pinterest, DoubleVerify, Carsales, Nine and REA.
IAB ETC delighted to have Angus Keene aboard
Gai Le Roy, CEO of IAB Australia commented “Angus’ passion for developing and mentoring talent in the industry as well as his career experience working in media, innovation and tech makes him a perfect choice to guide the ETC and represent the industry at Board level.”
“I look forward to working with Angus and the ETC continuing to deliver a first-class mentoring program, developing a range of training programs; and supporting the industry through the development of standards, education and shining a light on market innovation.”
Angus Keene, Acting Managing Director for Twitter ANZ said “I am delighted and honoured to be appointed as the Executive Technology Council (ETC) representative on the IAB Board.”
“I look forward to facilitating open communication between the board and all members of the ETC. Having more perspectives will benefit our members, marketers, and agencies.”