Nokia's Yin Takes Developer Biz Role At Vserv
Vserv.mobi, a leading Global Mobile Advertising Network with a strong focus on emerging markets, today announced the appointment of David Yin as General Manager - Developer Business. David's appointment is in line with Vserv.mobi's plans to accelerate expansion and lead the developer ecosystem, in the burgeoning mobile market of South East Asia, a key focus in the company's overall growth strategy.
David Yin has over 15 years of experience in the mobile telecommunications, internet, technology space, and has worked extensively with the developer community across Asia. Prior to Vserv.mobi, David was instrumental in building the developer ecosystem at Nokia and led the APAC region for App monetisation.
Founded in 2010, Vserv.mobi is on a fast track growth path saw a phenomenal increase of 308% in Ad Requests during the short span from April 2011 to March 2012. South East Asia has been amongst the fastest growing regions for the company having witnessed a growth of 17 times over this duration.
Vserv's pioneering technology AppWrapper powers One Click App Monetisation for 10,000+ Apps across platforms. AppWrapper is the World's Simplest App Monetization - it enables premium advertising & innovative pricing models on any app, without coding, in just one click.
"South East Asia has been a key growth contributor to Vserv.mobi's success. With David coming on board, he will be able to effectively leverage his expertise to further broad base our presence in the industry especially with the developer community,"commented Vikas Gulati, Vice President, Business Development - SE Asia, Vserv.mobi
Speaking on his appointment, David Yin, General Manager - Developer Business - SE Asia, Vserv.mobi, said, "I'm excited to join Vserv.mobi at this juncture, as the company has been making great strides towards leadership in emerging markets. The South East Asian market is at the crossroads of mobile innovation and I look forward making Vserv AppWrapper the #1 App Monetization choice for developers."
Based in Singapore, David will work closely with Vikas Gulati who heads the company's operations in the South East Asian market. David holds an MBA from the Australian Graduate School of Management. Prior to Nokia, David was involved in strategy, business development and commercial roles at Orange UK, Sing-Tel Optus and Capgemini Consulting Australia. He has also spent 4 years at Ernst & Young Australia as a Chartered Accountant.