Execs & Accounts for October 10, 2007

Revenue Science hired four execs to its New York sales team. The behavioral targeting company hired Scott Travis and Matt Spengler as sales managers, James McWilliams as account manager and Elissa Reiling as marketing manager.

Slate tapped Quigo for sponsored link contextual advertising. The daily online magazine owned by The Washington Post Company will deploy Quigo’s AdSonar platform across the site.

OMD hired Tamara Bousquet as global digital director for Apple. The agency created the position for Bousquet, who was previously VP, group director of integrated media planning for Hewlett Packard at Zenith Optimedia.

Active Athlete Media appointed Steven Drace as vice president of sales. Prior to joining the specialty ad network, Drace was vice president of sales at AllBusiness.com.

3volution Productions launched a sister company, 3volution Promotions. The provider of custom audio, video and marketing for video games is expanding with the launch of marketing and promotions provider company. 3volution Promotions secured Redux Beverages, maker of beleaguered energy drink, Cocaine, as its first client.

Behavior Design hired Al Johnsen as senior project manager. The agency tasked Johnsen with project planning and strategic direction of client engagements, as well as day-to-day operational oversight of project teams.

InsideView named Rand Schulman chief marketing officer. The on-demand sales intelligence application firm hired Schulman from his position as general manager Internet products at Unica Corporation.

High-end oven maker TurboChef tapped mono for its “The Oven. Reinvented” Web site. The Minneapolis-based advertising and branding agency, which is part of MDC Partners created a print and online campaign.

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