Tuesday, 14 January 2014
OnePoint Global Invests Further with New French Office and Appointment of New Sales Director for France & French-Speaking Switzerland
Mobile research market leader continues to better enable companies to access mobile insights on both a local and international level.
OnePoint Global, the global market leader in mobile research announces its first new appointment for 2014. Gary Stocks will head up the OnePoint Global operation in France and French-speaking Switzerland. Gary’s appointment marks the next step in OnePoint Global’s recently announced global expansion plans and follows similar appointments in the UK, Netherlands and Egypt, made at the end of last year.
Gary brings considerable European experience in marketing data and systems, as well as award winning innovation in customer engagement and market research technologies. He was previously a Consultant for Centigrade Switzerland, the global marketing and communications group partnering with international companies to help them effectively engage with customers, partners or stakeholders. Prior to this he held senior pan European sales and consulting roles at Annik Technology Services, Survoo and Epitome Data. Gary also spent over 14 years at Millward Brown, where he was the Mainland European Data Services Director.
Gary will be based at the newly opened OnePoint Global office in Lyon, France. This office is the fourth new OnePoint Global office to be opened in the last eight weeks with several more to open shortly, part of the market leader’s drive to extend mobile research technology to customers on a local and regional basis.
Gary will report directly to Rob Huijboom, Chief Commercial Officer, who is responsible for OnePoint Global’s global sales. Rob Huijboom adds “I am delighted to be welcoming Gary to the OnePoint Global team. With 12 years market research experience in the French market, his significant local expertise will enable French and Romandie (French speaking regions of Switzerland) based organisations to realise the full potential of mobile research through the suite of OnePoint Global mobile survey technologies.”