Cardlytics Appoints Jose Singer as Chief Product Officer
ATLANTA, April 21, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Cardlytics (NASDAQ: CDLX), a banking digital channel advertising platform, today announced the appointment of Jose Singer as Chief Product Officer.
Effective May 16, Singer will succeed Michael Akkerman and lead Cardlytics’ overall product strategy, including evolving and expanding the capabilities of its advertising platform and user interface. He will also be closely aligned with the Sales and Engineering leadership, striving to deliver a transparent, best-in-class product platform and go-to-market strategy that exceeds partner expectations and expands the overall adoption of Cardlytics solutions by advertisers.
“Jose brings a wealth of knowledge and experience in developing successful operating models that seamlessly align product and engineering functions for optimal performance in a rapidly changing industry,” said Lynne Laube, CEO of Cardlytics. “We are excited to have him join our team at a pivotal time for our business as we work to migrate to AWS alongside the rollout of a number of new platform features on behalf of our partners and their mutual customers. “
Singer joins Cardlytics from Nextdoor where he served as Product Manager for Enterprise and Agency Solutions. In this role, Singer was responsible for the end-to-end product experience, unifying advertising platforms and overall strategy for small and large enterprise advertisers. Prior to his role at Nextdoor, Singer held various leadership positions at Yahoo, including VP of Product for their advertising solutions, managing their native, search, service delivery and supply-side advertising platforms.
Singer holds a master’s degree in law from Columbia University and a law degree from the Pontifical Catholic University of Rio de Janeiro in Brazil. Singer will be based at Cardlytics’ office in San Francisco.
Cardlytics (NASDAQ: CDLX) is a digital advertising platform. We partner with financial institutions to manage their rewards programs that foster customer loyalty and deepen relationships. In return, we have a secure view of where and when consumers are spending their money. We use this information to help marketers identify, reach and influence potential buyers at scale, as well as measure the true impact of marketing campaigns on sales. Based in Atlanta, Cardlytics has offices in London, New York, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Austin, Detroit and Visakhapatnam. Learn more about www.cardlytics.com.
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