Parul Sharma joins Bannerflow as Chief Growth Officer
As new Chief Growth Officer at Bannerflow, Parul Sharma looks forward to doubling the turnover of the Swedish ad-tech company in the coming years.
Parul Sharma has been named Chief Growth Officer at the Swedish ad tech company Bannerflow, which has developed a platform for efficient management and data-driven optimisation of digital ad campaigns.
As Chief Growth Officer, Parul looks forward to realizing the growth target, which is about ten times the turnover, from today’s SEK 100 million to SEK 1 billion.
Parul has worked in India, the US and Japan, and has lived in Sweden for over ten years. In 2018, she was listed in The SaaS Report as one of several ‘Top Women Leaders in SaaS, Software as a Service.’ The same year, Bannerflow was named one of the fastest-growing tech companies in Europe by Inc. Magazine.
The fantastic growth opportunities contributed greatly to Parul’s decision to move to Bannerflow: “Everyone at Bannerflow is driven by a passion for what they do, and that is reflected throughout the company. The founders have built the company on the problems they themselves experienced, and it has proven to be a fantastic foundation to stand on. Getting the opportunity to be a part of tech Europe’s most interesting and fastest-growing company will be incredibly exciting.”
Founded in 2010, Bannerflow is a Creative Management Platform (CMP) that enables in-house marketing teams to combine creativity with data-driven advertising – at scale. Bannerflow is a software solution that empowers teams to design, scale, publish, analyse, personalise, and optimise display campaigns.
Headquartered in Stockholm, Sweden, Bannerflow is one of Europe’s fastest-growing tech companies. Recognised by the Deloitte Tech 50 and Financial Times FT1000 since 2016, Bannerflow was also recently awarded Mäster Di Gasell status. Trusted by leading brands including Lonely Planet, Three, and Shutterstock, Bannerflow continues to invest in innovative ways to help customers succeed in digital advertising.