Movable Ink Appoints Adam Stambleck as Vice President of Client Experience

Adam Stambleck

We recently announced the appointment of Adam Stambleck as Vice President of Client Experience. With more than a decade of email marketing industry experience in progressive client services roles, he will lead our Client Experience team and program, and will work closely with the world’s leading brands to implement ROI-focused Agile Email Marketing campaigns.

“Adam is a stand-out Client Experience leader, who is not only immersed and experienced in the world of email marketing, but is also deeply passionate about delivering exceptional experiences to the marketers he works with every day,” said Vivek Sharma, Co-Founder and CEO, Movable Ink. “We are thrilled to have an executive of Adam’s caliber join the team, and are excited about the contributions he will make to the success of our clients, his team, and the company.”

Mr. Stambleck joins Movable Ink from top ranked email service provider Yesmail Interactive, where as Vice President of Account Management, he was responsible for retaining and growing client accounts, and played a key role in the build out of the company’s New York office and operations. Stambleck’s client roster at Yesmail Interactive included household brands such as Google, Avon, eBay, Darden Restaurants, Scholastic, and Panasonic. Prior to Yesmail, Stambleck was Associate Director of Account Management for the direct marketing agency Paradysz.

“Movable Ink is bringing real innovation to email marketing, and I am thrilled to have this opportunity to work with the world’s elite brands to help them take the concept of personalization to a whole new level,” said Stambleck. “With Agile Email Marketing, brands have the ability to better reach, engage, and deliver value to their customers, ultimately creating memorable experiences and driving ROI for their companies.”

View the full press release here. Welcome to the team, Adam!

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