Senior Vice President of Corporate Development
Evolve Media Corp.
Keith Bonnici serves as the senior vice president of corporate development for Evolve Media Corp., and has presided over 30 acquisitions by the company since 2007. His role allows him to oversee the company's mergers and acquisitions efforts, which include working alongside Evolve's executive team to establish and refine Evolve's M&A strategy and drive its execution. Working closely with company stakeholders, Keith assists in the establishment of large scale partnerships that drive company growth and profitability.
In addition to his corporate development role, Keith serves as the general manager of SpringBoard Video, an online video player (OVP) technology and advertising services division of Evolve Media Corp, which he helped launch in late 2010. In that role Keith is responsible for managing a growing team of 25 employees in the areas of business operations, business development, marketing, advertising sales, and product development. Today, SpringBoard Video powers over 200 million monthly in-content video streams, which are exclusively monetized by a dedicated SpringBoard video advertising sales team.
Prior to his tenure with Evolve, Keith was an associate at the global law firm of Latham and Watkins, LLP where he worked on a number of public and private M&A and financing deals for Fortune 500 companies. Keith holds a law degree from the University of California, Hastings College of the Law, and an undergraduate degree in Economics from the University of California Santa Barbara. He also studied at the University of Peking in China, receiving a certificate in Mandarin.
Past participated conferences: Digital Hollywood and OMMA Global.
Specialties: Video, mergers and acquisitions, content distribution, product development, marketing and digital ad sales.
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