Paul Nunn joins eBay Advertising as strategic account director

EBay Advertising has hired Paul Nunn in the newly created role of strategic account director in the multinational sales team.

Paul Nunn: joins eBay
Paul Nunn: joins eBay

EBay is continuing to grow internationally and is building a central European point of contact for clients.

Nunn will focus on supporting eBay Advertising's multinational network and will be a key contact for international agencies and clients.

He joins the company from Newsweek where he was a member of the global sales team. Before Newsweek, Nunn worked in the research department at Eurosport Television.

Harjit Badesha, head of international sales at eBay Advertising, said: "Paul has a wealth of experience of the advertising industry and his firm understanding of the international advertising network makes him a strong addition to the team at eBay Advertising. 

Nunn said: "I am looking forward to the challenge that this new role will bring and hope that my background in client management across a number of different markets will enable me to add to the existing eBay Advertising team's extensive offering."

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