February 02, 2017 | in Agency & Digital News

A Year In Review

Looking Back At 2016

As we begin making our way into 2017, it’s important to reflect on the year we’ve put behind us. 2016 was full of accomplishments for ESV Digital, leaving us feeling confident that the New Year will be full of success for both our company and the clients we serve. We’ve compiled our most memorable moments for our year in review below:

Growth

In 2016, ESV Digital experienced a worldwide growth in staff, including the hiring of new Account Managers and Mike Fury, our new CEO in the U.S. Mike has over 16 years of experience with both startups and mature enterprises in the Internet advertising / SaaS space. Having held executive leadership positions at Advertising.com, AOL, Compare Networks, Nextag, and ShopSocially.com, we are confident in his ability to lead ESV Digital’s U.S team into the new year.

Multichannel Platform Update

This summer, ESV Digital launched an updated version of our platform: Version 7.1. This updated version includes a complete redesign to make it more user friendly, as well as new technologies for improving the day-to-day of both our ESV Digital Account Managers and Self-Service clients.

Extended Text Ads

At the Google Performance Summit in June, Google announced the introduction of Extended Text Ads, and ESV Digital was able to offer these ads to our clients in the beta testing period.

We look forward to many successes and updates in the year to come, and we wish you and yours a happy New Year from everyone at ESV Digital. If you would like to follow more of ESV Digital’s updates this year, Tweet us @ESV_Digital_UK or follow us on LinkedIn.

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