Cartelux bolsters leadership with strategic hires

Cartelux bolsters HR capabilities with Carla McAloon as Head of People/Talent and Kae Hum as Global Head of Enterprise Sales.
By: | March 26, 2024
Topics: Leadership | News

In a move aimed at bolstering its HR capabilities, adtech organisation Cartelux has announced the appointment of Carla McAloon as Head of People/Talent, alongside the hiring of Kae Hum as Global Head of Enterprise Sales. These appointments underscore Cartelux’s dedication to fostering a workplace culture driven by innovation, excellence, and talent development as it continues to expand its footprint in the global digital advertising landscape.

McAloon brings a wealth of experience in HR and talent acquisition, garnered from her roles in dynamic growth environments at Misfits Market, Boxed, and fuboTV. Her strategic vision for talent management is aligned with Cartelux’s ethos of nurturing a culture that values innovation and excellence. McAloon’s appointment marks a pivotal moment in Cartelux’s journey, reinforcing its ability to attract and empower a world-class team dedicated to redefining digital advertising.

On the other hand, Hum joins Cartelux with a distinguished background in marketing and media, having made significant contributions to industry giants like Google and LinkedIn. With a track record of driving growth and delivering value to clients, Hum is poised to lead Cartelux’s expansion beyond the automotive industry. His role will be instrumental in leveraging Cartelux’s adtech platform across various industries, ensuring maximum digital performance and efficiency for clients worldwide.

Joshua Williams, CEO and Founder of Cartelux, said, “The hiring of Kae and Carla is a significant milestone for Cartelux. Their expertise and leadership will undoubtedly accelerate our mission to simplify digital advertising globally. As we continue to secure partnerships with world-renowned brands and expand our platform, their contributions will be invaluable in shaping the future of our organisation.”