Oxygen8 Communications has announced the appointment of Keith Dibble as Media and Corporate Sales Director, as the company continues its strategy to grow the business by 60% over the next two years.
Dibble will be responsible for driving the company’s sales and business development strategy, winning new customers in the media and corporate sectors, and up-selling to the existing customer base. Dibble has extensive experience in the Telecoms market having held a number of sales and business development positions within the industry. Prior to joining Oxygen8 Communications, he was Partner Sales Manager at NetPlayTV, and before this he was Media Business Manager at Opal Telecom. Dibble also used to be the Head of Premium Rate Sales at PNC Telecom Services.
Commenting on his appointment at Oxygen8 Communications, Keith Dibble says, “I am delighted to have joined a fast-moving, rapidly expanding company that is at the forefront of the micro-billing, communications and mobile markets globally. As media companies continue to embrace the digital marketplace, Oxygen8 Communications is ideally positioned to provide the technology, knowledge and creative ideas to help them monetise their interactive communications strategies.”
Dibble continues, “The corporate sector also represents an excellent opportunity for business growth. To date, few corporate marketing teams have begun to truly exploit the inherent interaction offered by the ubiquitous mobile phone. With marketing messages rapidly delivered to highly targeted individuals, sales opportunities followed up and real time measurement of the customer response, the mobile is a perfect way of achieving highly personal marketing while reducing costs.”
Shane Leahy, Group CEO of Oxygen8 Communications, says, “We are fully committed to a programme of business expansion over the next two years and the appointment of Keith is another strong indication of our determination to grow our international business activities. Keith will play a major role in helping us to expand our customer base and broaden our reach into new vertical markets as we look to grow the business by 60% over the next two years.”