Starcount co-founder and PHD worldwide CEO take up non-exec roles at Audioboom
Social media audio content platform Audioboo has appointed co-founder of Starcount, Brian Southward and PHD’s worldwide CEO Michael Cooper as non-executive directors.
The two will take up their roles with immediate effect, and will be paid £30,000 per annum the company revealed, which will be issued in 1,090,909 new ordinary shares during the first year.
Rob Proctor, CEO of Audioboom, commented: "I am delighted to welcome Brian and Michael to our Board as Non-executive Directors. Michael has tremendous experience in the global media markets and has helped shape the impact of social media on the communications strategies of some of the world's biggest companies. Through co-founding a company at the cutting edge of social media analysis, Brian's knowledge will be invaluable as Audioboom develops. That a company as young as Audioboom can attract talent such as this to the Board is a testament to the impact we are making within social media."
Audioboom rebranded from Audioboo in May, when it was listed on the Stock Market for a valuation of £10m.
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