Team ITG acquires New York consulting firm as part of US expansion plans

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Ken Madsen
Ken Madsen

Technology-led marketing business, Team ITG, has acquired New York martech consulting firm MAD, further expanding the scale and range of its marketing technology in North America.

The acquisition also sees MAD’s founder and marketing and technology entrepreneur, Ken Madsen, join Team ITG as Chief Marketing Technologist.

Prior to MAD, Ken was co-founder of Graphic Systems Group (GSG) and over a 20-year period, built it into one of the world’s largest private marketing production agencies with 23 offices internationally.

With almost 30 years’ experience providing strategic marketing counsel to global brands, Ken will play a pivotal role managing Team ITG’s business growth strategy in the US.

Since 2009, Team ITG has evolved from a UK-based business with offices in Birmingham, and London, to a global enterprise with a 1,000-strong workforce and international offices in New York, Chicago, Utrecht, Berlin and Amsterdam. Across North America, Team ITG’s prominent clients include GSK, Bayer, PUMA and IWG.

Simon Ward, CEO and founder of Team ITG, said: “As part of our ambition to continuously innovate and cement Team ITG’s position as a world leader in marketing technology and automation, we see the US as a market that offers great growth potential for the business. We’re incredibly excited to welcome our new partners to the Team ITG family, including Ken, who has a proven track record building internationally-renowned marketing companies.”

Commenting on his new role at Team ITG, Ken Madsen, said: “An entrepreneur at heart, I know when I see a company with great growth potential, not just in their domestic market, but internationally too. Just four years after introducing MAD to the business world, I’m delighted for it to become part of Team ITG as we share the same vision to develop a truly impressive roster of global brands.”

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