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AdMission Management Team
Sarah Pate, President & CEO
Founder, AdMission Corporation
Executive Officer and General Manager, IPIX Corporation
Chief Operating Officer, PictureWorks Technology
Sarah Pate, EVP and General Manager, IPIX AdMissionSarah Pate
has full P&L responsibility for IPIX AdMission
.In her capacity as General Manager, Sarah is responsible for providing the tactical and strategic leadership for the Division's operations, including the direct management of Sales, Business and Market Development, Engineering Development, and Web Operations.Prior to the merger of PictureWorks and IPIX, she served as the Senior Financial and Operations Officer for PictureWorks Technology Inc. and has extensive experience in all aspects of strategic and tactical management for both established as well as start-up enterprises.Sarah's experience also includes 12 years at Household International where she served in a succession of positions with escalating P&L responsibility, including Regional President, Household Bank.After leaving Household, Sarah continued her track record of providing innovative leadership across all aspects of business operations and diverse endeavors by servings as a management consultant to several established and starting Bay Area companies.Sarah holds a BA in Business Administration from the University of Washington.
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"Local market knowledge is essential for consumers as well as local advertisers," said Sarah Pate, president and CEO of AdMission Corporation.
Sarah Pate, president and ...
Sarah Pate, president and CEO of AdMission Corp., gave an excellent talk that provided her view of this issue.
At the end of her comments, the audience knew little more about AdMission, but a lot more about the evolution of online classifieds and Pate's perspective on the future.
In the beginning, classifieds were controlled by local print properties, and the first major disruption was the entrance of online aggregators such as AutoTrader.com.
Pate went on to discuss the entrance of eBay with its online marketplace and Google, which signified that you no longer had to own the content to monetize it.
At every juncture, there was a response by the providers of print classifieds.
That didn't stop entrepreneurs such as Craigslist
, analytics companies or social networking firms, all of which were taking market share from the legacy classified advertising providers.
predicted that the evolution of classifieds would continue.
YP Talk - Newsletter Archive - The New (Flexible) Face of Call Tracking
"YELLOWPAGES.COM provides great benefit to local business advertisers because these featured listings are often the only Web presence for such companies reflecting their unique product and service offerings" said Sarah Pate, president and CEO of AdMission Corporation.