Dan Kalinsky, iProspect's Australia head, to oversee Canadian market

Dan Kalinsky of iProspect's Australia/New Zealand branch has headed to Canada in latest iProspect move. / iProspect Canada

IProspect named Dan Kalinsky, head of its offices in Australia and New Zealand, as its chief executive for iProspect Canada.

Kalinsky has joined the office after leading a staff of 200 in the Pacific region for over six years. His career has taken him through the EMEA and APAC regions in an 18-year span, working across agency and client side roles for a list of clients that have included Coca-Cola, FedEx, PayPal, Burberry, Lenovo, HSBC, Microsoft and GM among others.

At iProspect Canada, Kalinsky has oversight of a staff of 80 in Montreal and across Canada, for a roster that has included national supermarket chain Loblaws, Mastercard, Subway, Mattel and AccorHotels.

Kalinsky said in a statement: "I'm very excited to be joining our talented Canadian team and work in a dynamic, innovative market such as Canada. In times of technological disruption, geopolitical uncertainty and an unpredictable business environment, iProspect's proposition of driving business growth, has never been more relevant.

"I'm looking forward to leveraging the talent throughout the Dentsu Aegis Network and delivering even greater value to our Canadian clients as we work towards transforming their businesses and better position them for future growth."

Dentsu Aegis’ chairperson for the region, Annette Warring, added: "Dan's understanding of how talent, culture, technology and media intersect as key aspects of the digital marketing is truly unique and will help to further elevate the work iProspect delivers to clients every day.”

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