Kerry Curran Joins Gen3 Marketing: The Affiliate Marketing World Just Got Smarter


The world of affiliate marketing is abuzz with the latest announcement from Gen3 Marketing, the largest independent affiliate marketing agency on the planet. The company has just appointed Kerry Curran as its new Chief Growth Officer, a move that promises to take the firm’s market presence and client base to new heights.

Curran, a seasoned digital media veteran, brings nearly two decades of leadership experience to the table, having served in various leadership roles at GroupM, the world’s leading media investment company. Her appointment is expected to accelerate the growth of Gen3 Marketing, which boasts an impressive roster of Fortune 500 retailers and international financial institutions among its clients.

“I am extremely excited to welcome Kerry to Gen3 Marketing as our first Chief Growth Officer,” said Co-CEO Mike Tabasso, clearly thrilled with the appointment. “Kerry brings an exceptional record of accomplishment in driving the digital media growth of some of the world’s top media agencies. She is a fantastic addition to our executive leadership team and will undoubtedly help accelerate the firm’s growth.”

Curran herself is equally thrilled about her new role, saying, “I am delighted and honored to be joining Gen3 Marketing to lead sales and marketing. Gen3 Marketing’s legacy, expertise, and leadership in the affiliate world are unparalleled. I am inspired to work alongside such a great management team to maximize the agency’s immense potential for growth. I look forward to helping clients boost their brand performance through Gen3 Marketing’s market-leading affiliate marketing programs.”

The announcement comes at a time when the digital marketing world is experiencing rapid growth and evolution. Companies that can adapt to the changing landscape and stay ahead of the curve are the ones that will succeed in the long run. With the appointment of Kerry Curran, Gen3 Marketing has positioned itself as a leader in the field, poised for even greater success in the years to come.

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