One of Africa's leading digital and marketing agencies, Apurimac Media, has appointed Dublin born Colman Murray as Vice President for African Business Development.
Apurimac founder and CEO Will Green welcomed the appointment.
"For the past eight years, Apurimac has been the source of digital media in Africa. Our growth from outside South Africa has increased exponentially over the past two years in particular. Colman will be an asset to our Africa team," said Green.
Murray has extensive international media experience, having spearheaded the development of Time Inc's publishing interests in Europe, Middle East and Africa (TIME, FORTUNE, PEOPLE, IN-STYLE & WALLPAPER). Most recently, Colman accelerated the multi-fold growth of AFP's broadcast, news, image and digital revenues throughout Africa.
Based in Johannesburg, Murray will be responsible for the overall development of Apurimac Media's strategy in the rest of Africa.
"Apurimac is at the cutting edge of the digital African offering and this is the dawn of a new day for our African business. I look forward to consolidating the current business mix and on building on Apurimac's success with phenomenal partners such as Yahoo!," said Murray.
Apurimac Media is a digital media company which provides a range of media covering a variety of content, audiences, channels and technologies. South African based; we service the African and South African markets focusing to deliver strategic, creative and digital marketing campaigns.
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