Audienzz acquires Romandie Network - portfolio of 30 websites

The Audienzz agency has taken over the publisher and customer portfolio of the online marketer Romandie Network as well as its site in French-speaking Switzerland as of May 2022.

Audienzz will continue to manage Romandie Network's business activities and the company's site in Morges VD. Aldina Kasper, currently Managing Partner and CEO of Romandie Network, and Fabian Delmonico, previously Managing Partner and CFO/CTO of Romandie Network, will continue to be responsible for the local management. Ada Mircea, previously Head of Digital Marketing at Romandie Network, will take on the new role of Head of Omnichannel Engagement at Audienzz and, among other things, drive the expansion of the Adfact business unit founded in 2022 and build up the new "Search" and "Social" areas.

With an exclusive portfolio of around 30 websites, including lefigaro.fr, swisshabs.ch, zonebourse.com and journaldesfemmes.com, Romandie Network is one of the major digital marketers in French-speaking Switzerland.

For Audienzz, which already manages the national advertising sales of the ESH Médias online portals and laliberte.ch in French-speaking Switzerland, the merger with Romandie Network together with the takeover of the site in Morges is an important expansion step. Remo Baumeler, CEO Audienzz, is pleased to be able to serve customers and publishers in French-speaking Switzerland locally in the future thanks to the new office: "As a digital advertising marketer, Romandie Network is firmly anchored in the cantons of Geneva and Vaud and has an excellent network. We want to use this to further expand our position in French-speaking Switzerland."

For Aldina Kasper, the alliance with Audienzz is an indispensable opportunity to lead the company into the future: "In Audienzz, we have found a partner who will not only continue our business activities with a great deal of passion, but will also contribute comprehensive technological know-how. Our customers and publishers can benefit enormously from this."

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