SEATTLE, WA and LONDON, UNITED KINGDOM--(Marketwired - Aug 17, 2016) -, the providers of User Generated Profiles and the Profile Cloud™, announced today that it has hired global business intelligence leader Jack Breeden as its new US Vice President of Sales. This appointment marks another strategic move in the continued expansion of, as the company looks to further enhance its offering to its growing US client portfolio.

Breeden has more than fifteen years of expertise in analytics, big data and research across the media and entertainment industries, working with clients from Netflix and Fox, to Autodesk, HP, Starbucks and many more. Prior to joining autoGraph, Breeden served as Vice President of Business Development at progressive organizations like Toluna, Fractal Analytics, and most recently as Senior Partner at Annik Technology Services.

"Jack is a forward-thinking leader, and his proficiency aligns perfectly with the ongoing autoGraph mission to put the consumer first in how their profile and opt-in is generated and used," said Henry Lawson, CEO of autoGraph. "With stricter regulations being enacted across the globe, Jack's presence in the US will ensure that our customer base will not only maintain, but strengthen the trusted relationships they have with consumers."

About autoGraph provide User Generated Profiles and the Profile Cloud™ to database and loyalty marketers, advertisers and agencies to optimize consumer acquisition, retention and engagement. Unlike third-party data providers, autoGraph's patented SaaS platform generates and enriches first-party, opted-in consumer profiles without invading consumer privacy, compliant with General Data Protection Regulations and US Federal Communications Commission. Clients include top 3 Supermarkets, Retail Estate Owners, Telecommunications Carriers, CPG and financial services providers in the US, UK and continental Europe. is based in Seattle, WA and London and is venture capital-backed by Voyager Capital and Rally Capital.

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