Orin Wechsberg Joins Dragonfly's Board of Directors
NEW YORK, NY -- (BUSINESS WIRE) -- February 22, 2007 — Dragonfly™ (www.dragonfly.com), an Internet video network company that provides enterprise level technology solutions, is pleased to announce the addition of Orin Wechsberg to its Board of Directors.
Mr. Wechsberg is the former Managing Director of Grey Interactive Worldwide, one of the industry's leading Internet marketing firms. He currently serves on the Board of Directors of Latinthre3 - the leading Interactive agency for Fortune 500 companies in the U.S. Hispanic and Latin American markets.
Guy Nouri, CEO of Dragonfly said, "We are very glad to have Orin join the Board of Directors after having worked with him over the past two years on our Advisory Board. He has the strategic and management expertise we need to go to the next level."
As Managing Director of Grey Interactive Worldwide from 1996 to 2005, Orin was a member of the global management team that built the company from a start-up into one of the most successful Internet services enterprises in the marketing and advertising industry. His extensive experience in Internet marketing and customer-focused strategies for global clients helped establish and expand centers of excellence throughout their global network. Grey Interactive Worldwide, now known as G2 Interactive, has been engaged by numerous Fortune 500 global companies to develop innovative online businesses and manage the interactive marketing programs. Mr. Wechsberg is an authority on the Internet, has spoken at many of the industry's global conferences and was an Internet lecturer in Columbia University's M.B.A. program.
Dragonfly is an Internet video network company that provides enterprise level technology solutions to multinational corporations such as The Nielsen Company, among others. The company's enhanced video delivery, targeting and analytics systems allow customers to custom publish and track viewer behavior in order to better manage and enhance the value of their multimedia communications.