Julian Baring

Julian Baring

EVP, North America

Facilitate Digital

Julian Baring is executive vice president, North America, of Facilitate Digital, a publically listed Australian technology firm, providing software and services to digital media agencies and advertisers. These include a best-in class digital campaign workflow solution called Symphony that is revolutionizing the online advertising value-chain, by integrating the media-agency, creative agency, and publishers into one system.

Julian has been with Facilitate Digital since 2007 when he joined to open the London office and build the European business. He was previously a partner at Portobello Ventures, a start-up incubator. Prior to that Julian worked as part of founding team building and launching Platefood, an enterprise software search technology venture that was acquired by FAST in 2006. Julian also was one of the first employees at Vizzavi a pan-European multi-access portal joint-venture between Vodafone and Vivendi. He started his career working at Saatchi & Saatchi and then BBDO in New York and has an MBA from Oxford University.


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