Entrepreneur and Executive in Fairfield, CT
David Krulewich epitomizes the term "digital visionary." Even since he graduated with a Telecommunications degree from Penn State University, David has developed a thriving media and advertising empire as an entrepreneur and executive. David is also highly adept in the field of analytics and research, in addition to his managerial skills. He received his digital media accreditation from the prominent Interactive Advertising Bureau (IAB), and he is proficient in audience research tools such as Nielson, comScore, and Hitwise. David also has expert-level CRM knowledge of content marketing tools such as Salesforce, Hubspot, Admiral, Savannah, and Lighthouse.
David Krulewich is an expert in digital and audio streaming and is currently the Chief Revenue Officer of Audiohook, a leading media and technology company. He was recently the Senior Vice President and Head of Sales at Audiology, which represented the largest digital audio marketplace in the U.S. David’s team collaborates with businesses of all varieties and sizes to help them use audio to connect with customers.
Working with Turner Entertainment Networks as an Account Service Representative, David was able to build strong relationships with various media buyers and agencies. He was responsible for overseeing the revenue of the company.
A few years later, David was offered a position with 24/7 Real Media. He quickly rose through the ranks and became a prominent figure in the digital marketing space. His consultative approach to selling helped him build strong relationships with the company's media strategy department.
As a former sales executive with Interclick, David Krulewich was able to establish strong relationships with various third-party distributors and agencies. He then went on to establish his own team, proving himself a decisive and capable leader. As a result, he was able to expand his network of advertisers and meet his revenue targets.
Before it was acquired by Taboola, David spent several years with Connexity, Inc., where he was responsible for the Strategic Accounts of the company. He had gained a deep understanding of the marketing and sales industries by working with companies such as Time, Inc., Omnicom, and British giant, W.P. He was able to successfully manage his own team and meet the company's goals.
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