Sep 27, 2016, 08:35 ET
CHICAGO, Sept. 27, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- Eric Brown, an established leader in data-driven retail intelligence and a specialist in automotive, has been named President of LotLinx Media Holdings, a new subsidiary of LotLinx, according to founder Len Short.
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Brown is best known for founding Dataium in 2009 and then building it to become the automotive industry's leader in behavioral data collection and analysis.
In this new role, Brown will focus on building up LotLinx media properties and growing business. Says Len Short, "Brown is a visionary with extensive experience in building high-growth companies in media, internet technology, and automotive verticals. We are excited to have him on board."
According to Brown, "LotLinx Media Holdings brings together several areas of focus for me, retail intelligence, online media, and automotive sales. I am excited to work with the amazing team at LotLinx as we strive together to build the next generation of automotive digital technology.
Based in Nashville, TN, Mr. Brown is frequent industry speaker and expert with presentations at SAE Automotive Global leadership conference, NADA Leadership Summit, JD Power and Automotive News Marketing conferences among others. Has also been a guest automotive expert on Fox News and quoted in numerous publications. In 2012, he was named Nashville "Innovator of the Year."
LotLinx is an award-winning digital retailing technology company, developed specifically to advantage dealers. Using our platform, LotLinx can transform dealer results, dramatically increasing online engagement and net-new shoppers while eliminating digital advertising waste. Founded in 2012 and based in Chicago, LotLinx works with thousands of dealers around the country to reach over 63 million unique car shoppers per month across more than 500 digital properties. For more information, visit www.lotlinx.com.
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