More NewsAdForce Names Director of Worldwide Strategic Marketing

AdForce Names Director of Worldwide Strategic Marketing

Outsourced ad management and delivery company AdForce Inc. named Tim DePriest as directorof worldwide strategic marketing.

Outsourced ad management and delivery company AdForce Inc. named Tim DePriest as director of worldwide strategic marketing.

He will work VP of Worldwide Marketing Dee Cravens to further define the company’s global marketing strategy and development and will manage the strategic corporate development of AdForce and explore new opportunities including partnerships, alliances, and acquisitions.

He also will be involved with competitive market analysis, company positioning, and internal business processes.

DePriest joins AdForce after an extensive career at Deloitte Consulting Group, where he most recently served as a senior manager.

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