– USA, NY – Albert Technologies, LTD. (LON: ALB), the world’s first and only fully autonomous AI-as-a-service platform for marketers, today announced two new independent member appointments to its board of directors. The board has appointed Lisa Gordan, former Chief Operating Officer of Yattendon Group Plc as chairwoman; and Robert Norman, the former Global Digital Officer of GroupM as director.
Gordan was appointed chairwoman following the retirement of former Orange UK CEO John Allwood. With these changes, the Albert Technologies board consists of six members, four of whom are independent.
“Lisa and Rob bring broad experience and highly nuanced expertise to Albert’s board of directors,” said Or Shani, Founder and CEO of Albert. “Lisa’s three-year tenure on Albert’s board and two decades of industry expertise, combined with Rob’s three decades of experience within the WPP media agency network, introduce not only sophisticated insights to the board, but also an ability to action this knowledge for growth. This provides us a significant advantage as we continue to educate the market on this innovation that solves the biggest challenges today’s digital marketers face.”
Gordan and Norman, along with the other experienced and influential business leaders on the Albert Technologies board, will lead Albert into its next phase of growth.
Albert’s board of directors additionally includes Or Shani, CEO of Albert; Meir Moshe, the former Chief Financial Officer of Radware; Yoram Freund, CFO of Albert and former VP of Finance of Radware; and Barak Saloman, the Founding Partner of Q3P.
About Lisa Gordan
Gordan co-founded and acted as Corporate Development Director of Local World, a large media network focused on regional news via online and print titles in the UK. She was appointed to Albert’s board as independent non-executive director in June 2015 and served more than three years before being appointed Chairwoman.
Gordan’s experience spans media’s evolution from print to online and will provide invaluable insight as the industry seeks to bridge agencies and emerging technologies.
In 2015, her company, Local World, was acquired by Trinity Mirror Plc. She was appointed to Albert Technologies’ board the same year. Gordan previously served on the board of Chrysalis Group plc, as Corporate Development Director, and latterly CEO of Chrysalis New Media.
About Rob Norman
Norman additionally brings significant industry experience to the Board, having spent 31 years at companies within the WPP media agency network. He will be key to guiding the growth of Albert’s ongoing agency partnership program.
Norman retired as Global Chief Digital Officer of GroupM in December 2017 and continues to act as a Senior Advisor to GroupM following his retirement.
Albert, created by Albert Technologies, LTD. (AIM: ALB.L), is the world’s first and only fully autonomous marketing AI. The enterprise-level artificial intelligence platform drives digital marketing campaigns from start to finish for some of the world’s leading brands. Albert enables businesses to master the data and technology complexities of digital marketing—not just by replicating their existing efforts, but by executing them at a pace and scale not possible by human teams. “He” accomplishes this by wading through mass amounts of data, converting this data into insights, and autonomously acting on these insights, across channels, devices and formats, in real time. Brands such as Harley Davidson, Natori, Cosabella and Dole Asia credit Albert with significantly increased sales, an accelerated path to revenue, the ability to make more informed investment decisions, and reduced operational costs.
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