Execs & Accounts for April 29, 2005

Michael Mayor, president of Return Path’s NetCreations, is stepping down after seven years with the email list broker. Mayor said he was motivated by personal considerations, but plans to reenter the interactive marketing sector.

“After seven amazing years of helping to start, build and lead one of the most successful and respected email marketing companies around, it’s time for a short break,” he said.

24/7 Real Media hired Steve Goldberg to VP of business development. Goldberg was director of business development at Eyeblaster.

Blinkx hired Jonathan Gregg as VP of business development in the U.S. Gregg spent seven years with Yahoo, most recently as manager of global alliances. Earlier he was on the portal’s media sales teams in New York and Sunnyvale, Calif.

breatheinteractive handled online creative for a new campaign from the Orlando/Orange County Convention & Visitors Bureau. The program runs through October 15, and includes messages tailored to luxury travelers, families and event visitors.

Associated New Media, the digital arm of Associated Newspapers, tapped Revenue Science to provide behavioral targeting capabilities across its network. ANM operates Daily Mail Online, This is London, This is Money and This is Travel.

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