More NewsExecs & Accounts for January 24, 2005

Execs & Accounts for January 24, 2005

180solutions names Overture vet to board; Forbes.com promotes two; ExactTarget wins a hundred customers in December.

Ad-supported software player 180solutions named Jay Gallinatti to its board of directors. Gallinatti was a founder and senior VP at Overture Services, where he oversaw ad sales, marketing and product management. Earlier he worked for Lotus Development Corporation.

Forbes.com promoted Mark Howard to manager of its San Francisco office. Howard joined Forbes.com in 2002 as regional sales manager for the Northwest region. He is replaced by Lauren Wray, former New York regional sales manager for Forbes.com. She has been with the company for three years. The San Francisco office handles sales for the Pacific Northwest, northern California and the Mountain states.

E-mail provider ExactTarget added 103 customers in December alone. They include Fila U.S.A., Shoebuy.com, and golf brands Top-Flite and Ben Hogan.

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