Moment marketing science company, Aki Technologies, announced the appointment of Kira Shalom as the company’s new Vice President of Creative.
Over her career spanning over two decades, Shalom has consistently applied her skills in design to create innovative solutions for brands. She has worked at Saatchi, where she co-led the Enfamil global and North America creative initiatives across digital, TV, print, and CRM platforms. She also developed the creative announcing the merger of Time Warner Cable and Bright House Networks to form Spectrum, as well as the global awareness campaign for PwC Digital Services. She has also had experience working at Publicis, where she worked on the L’Oréal brands Garnier and SoftSheen-Carson and helped the Garnier Skin-Renew Anti-Puff Eye Roller become the #1 new eye product shortly after its launch.
In her new role at Aki Technologies, Shalom will provide strategic creative guidance to Aki’s clients, helping agencies and brands shape mobile campaigns that deliver the optimal creative, message and ad format during a given moment. Shalom will also be responsible for steering the creative team across Aki, working closely with CMO Richard Black to execute a new marketing strategy for the company.
“Kira is a designer with an exemplary creative eye. She brings vast experience in creative and content development for global brands, which has led to outstanding marketing executions,” said Richard Black, CMO at Aki Technologies. “Her expertise in building memorable moments driven by unforgettable creative will enable our clients to apply our world-class technology to its best advantage.”
“Aki’s passionate commitment to thoughtfully deliver the right message at the right moments is incredibly exciting to me. It’s truly the marriage of empathy and marketing and I can’t wait to help clients capitalize on our amazing technology,” says Kira Shalom, Senior Creative Director at Aki Technologies. “I’m looking forward to working with Richard and the team to truly improve the mobile advertising experience.”