Andrew Pink

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Affiliation: truRating
Country: Australia
Email: andrew [at] aandp.com.au
Website:

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Andrew Pink is the Head of Partnerships at truRating.[1]

Pink was formerly a Business Development Consultant at ARI Registry Services.[1] He is also the Marketing Director at Double Black Hotel.

At ARI Registry Services, Andrew is responsible for helping clients effectively understand the new gTLD opportunities, working with them to define their operational use, ensuring value maximisation and seamless organisational integration.

Andrew made a presentation that provides insight into what the Internet will look like following the introduction of ICANN's new gTLD program,[2] which can be found here.

Mr. Pink has participated in most of the recent ICANN meetings.[3][4] He also attends other industry conferences, such as the Bali MediaSummit.[5]

Andrew Pink also owns a hotel in Hakuba, Japan.[6]

Career History

  • Managing Director at A and P Consulting
  • Marketing Director at Cirrus Communications
  • Head of Integration at Draftfcb
  • General Manager, Wunderman Melbourne at Wunderman
  • European Business Director at Y&R Wunderman
  • Account Manager at Impact BBDO

His 18+ years in includes working successfully with clients such as Ford, Honda, Green Peace, Proctor & Gamble, Unilever Bros., Duracell, Motorola, Cisco Systems, IBM, British American Tobacco, and others.[7] His website engages interesting case studies from his marketing work, and showcases many important success stories. He is a committee member for the Association of Direct Marketing Australia, Victoria.[8]

Education

Andrew Pink received his Bachelor of Business Studies from Hertfordshire University, and also has a postgraduate degree in Advertising. He is also a committee member for the Association of Direct Marketing Australia, Victoria.[8]

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