Razorfish mobile lead Paul Gelb has left the agency to become head of strategy for San Francisco-based MoPub, a startup that helps publishers and developers monetize their smartphone apps. In hisnew role, Gelb is charged with leading the startup's efforts to strengthen its presence among ad agencies and brand advertisers in connection with in-app advertising.
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SEPTEMBER 03, 2014
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DOMESTIC PROFESSIONAL CORPORATION
2014 - LAW OFFICE OF ALAN M. GELB P.C.
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