New York, NY, August 13, 2020 --(PR.com
)-- The ICARO™ Media Group, providing the most advanced AI-driven digital media content platforms for global telcos and media companies, today announced the appointment of Juan Carlos Barrera to the newly-created position of Chief Commercial Officer. Mr. Barrera will be responsible for leading the company's commercial activities, including strategic partnerships and global strategy.
Most recently Mr. Barrera served as President of SKYY Digital Media Group and CEO of Global Select Wealth Management. For over twenty years, Mr. Barrera worked at Prudential International Investments where he served as the Director of Institutional Wealth Management. Mr. Barrera has forged global relationships with financial institutions, industry leaders in finance, media, telecommunications and governments across the world.
“It’s with great enthusiasm that we welcome Mr. Barrera as Chief Commercial Officer of ICARO, where he’ll bring vital industry expertise and valuable relationships to bear with our expanded operations for the Latin American and other global markets,” stated Paul Feller, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of ICARO. “With our platforms poised to deliver comprehensive digital content experiences in every region, his long experience in the digital media space will prove invaluable.”
ICARO’s platforms support multi-language digital content to a growing list of publishers, telco partners and media groups. Primary languages will include English, Spanish, Portuguese, French and German. ICARO is headquartered in New York, with international offices located in São Paulo, Mexico City, and a rep office in London.
ICARO empowers Global Telcos and Media Companies to create personalized content offerings and experiences for their customers complete with AI technology, fastest-breaking news features, real-time analytics, and advertising and E-commerce integrations. For more information, please visit www.icaromediagroup.com.
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